We took the guesswork out of all the fall fashion, hair, and makeup trends -- and put together four looks you'll love
The '60s are back ... well, for fashion at least. The mod look has returned and we couldn't be more excited. Who doesn't appreciate a great vintage throwback, especially when it involves super flattering structured dresses? What you should look for: A-line dresses, color blocking, geometric shapes, and black and white color combos. For example, this flattering A-line dress on Claire is a great outfit for the office, and a fun way to experiment with the mod trend.
Paired with tights and black booties, Claire's look is a perfect choice for when the weather turns crisper. "Adding a brightly colored jacket (round buttons will add a mod accent) can bring some punch to the look," says fashion editor and stylist Stephanie Rygorsky.
As for accessories, an interesting, oversized ring adds a touch of elegance to the overall look. You don't want to look too "costume-y," so avoid blingy accessories like chunky bangles or over-the-top jewelry. And if you're into bags, the briefcase-shaped handbag (in a muted color) is a really hot trend this fall, says Rygorsky.
Dress: Zara, $59.90
Jacket: H&M, $50
Shoes: Aldo, $110
Bag: H&M, $49.95
Tights: model's own
Ring: model's own