Sometimes it's incredibly refreshing to just keep fashion simple! Skip the color considerations, the contemplations of layers and just be chill. But still fab, tho! ;) Nikki nailed just such a look via Instagram when she was out and about earlier this month. Her pairing included an off-shoulder black top, and skinny jeans. She got that fall feeling into the outfit by completing it with knee-high black boots. The skinny (or slim or straight) denim is about as easy as it gets. Long-sleeved black top? I bet you've got one of those too. Go ahead and excavate a pair of black knee-boots from whatever hiding place you relegated them to last spring (you autumn-never-dies!-types who never put them away can ignore this :)). It's time, loves: the cooler weather and loss of light will no longer be denied. The key to making a super-easy look like this come off woke-up-like-this-stylish as opposed to woke-up-and-threw-whatever-on is to add a statement and/or trendy piece - something that brings the zing! Nikki did it by using a black top with a so-hot-right-now (omg I really need to stop hyphenating things!) cold-shoulder silhouette, which is a flawless choice. But a plain black top will do as well; just spike it with a bit of something. Consider a choker or a statement long pendant, tucking your top in an adding a bright or embellished belt, knotting a scarf at your neck or in your hair, or finishing the look with a chic hat (think a newsboy cap or a fedora). Life is complicated; fashion doesn't have to be! Here's to keeping it simple, Star Children! (that's my variation on the K.I.S.S principle. Yes, I left Gene Simmons out of it ;)). Celebrate the season with a hot pumpkin spice beverage and maybe try some super-edited silhouettes sometime soon!
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