Tags: fall florals, fall prints, Style Syllabus

Fall is a great time to mix up your wardrobe with some seasonally inspired prints. From traditional plaids to modern designs the options are limitless. Keep it subtle or dive right in! Our stylists have 3 chic looks to add some boldness to your closet.


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Vince Camuto High Low Plaid Top | Vince Camuto Solid Duster | Karen Kane Structured Knit Legging | Fashion to Figure Booties | Burgundy Felt Fedora

Flannel is a traditional fall favorite that will never go away. Try it in a more modern print like this one from Vince Camuto and adding trendy pieces, like a long tailored vest and burgundy felt fedora.  Play it down with an all black ensemble.  Perfect for a cool night on the town.


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Reversible Brushstroke Cardigan | NYDJ Trouser Jean | Convertible Neckline Tee | Kate Spade Loafer | Fossil Rose Gold Chevron Earrings

Far from the ordinary, this versatile brushstroke cardigan will be your new favorite layer. Best of all turn it inside out for a completely different dotted print.  Pair with a plain grey tee shirt and your go to pair of dark blue jeans.  These dark wash trouser jeans from our favorite brand NYDJ.  A pretty chevron stud earring and stylish Kate Spade loafer complete the outfit.

Dark Florals

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City Chic Floral Maxi Dress | City Chic Opaque Tights | Lane Bryant Over the Knee Boot | Laura Geller Fall and Flirty Face Collection | Pixie Mart Gold Hoops | Rebecca Minkoff Moto Bag

Who says florals are just for spring or summer? Wear them in a darker print to make them seasonally appropriate. Here we play with a dusty rose color, one of Pantone’s colors of the year in the print and complimentary slouchy bag.  A trendy knee high boot can still be sexy, but not too revealing when paired with a knee length dress or skirt creating an alluring overall look.


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