Bonmarché Fall Dressing Essentials

Bonmarché has given a few warm-weather dressing tips just in time for the temperature drop. Dressing for autumn and winter can be a stressful experience, but these tips will help women make the most of fashion in the cooler weather.  Warm doesn’t have to mean bulky, look for thin knits that will keep you cozy without obscuring your shape. You can also layer a fitted blouse or thin top over a thermal under vest. Layering is also great if you will spend your day switching between the cold outdoors and heated buildings.

Avoid overly flowing garments as they can make you look shapeless. Belt a warm cardigan at the waist to show off your curves.

Your coat is one of the most important items in your winter wardrobe. After all, no matter how nice your outfit, your coat will be covering it up for much of the day. Look for specially designed plus-size ladies coats rather than sized up versions of slim cuts. They are more likely to be flattering to your figure.

You can convert your summer dresses to autumn use by pairing them with warm leggings and a cozy cardigan.

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3 Comments on Bonmarché Fall Dressing Essentials

  1. Jaime
    October 12, 2011 at 4:56 pm (4 years ago)

    I love opaque black tights, they really can update any item from summer to fall. Pair it with some tall boots in the same color family in the winter and you’re warm and cozy and still cute. I desperately need a new winter coat, my fall styles are cute but winter, not so much!

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  2. Cheree
    October 24, 2011 at 5:30 pm (4 years ago)

    I live in the Arizona desert but am only a two hour drive away from fall leaves and snow skiing… all the same, I need some winter-feeling clothes that aren’t too warm to wear in the desert… Any suggestions?

  3. Cheree
    October 24, 2011 at 5:33 pm (4 years ago)

    Jaime, I’d go with a bright winter coat for this year.. a jewel tone (ruby, saphire, citrine, etc.) or even rust is a big color this year… just a suggestion.


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