Fall Fashion 2008

From skinny pants to ankle boots, local boutiques highlight the hot fashion trends



Photograph by Michael Polito

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Fall’s here and the leaves are changing, but that doesn’t mean that you have to shed your entire wardrobe to stay in style. This season, it’s all about reinventing your closet: Stock up on bright patterns (hello plaid!) and bold colors; glamorize classic pieces with glittering accessories; and transform summer outfits into amazing autumn apparel. Still feeling the frost? Don’t fear: Owners of six of our favorite boutiques offer tips on staying warm — and looking hot — this season.
 
● Photographs by Michael Polito

● Hair and makeup by Jenny Magliano, makeupbyjenny.com

● Outfits modeled by Adrienne Pinkhardt, Carolyn Randazzo

 

 

Bold and Beautiful

Amplify your outfit with classy pieces in bright colors for a polished modern look.

Zelda “Luca” black-button coat in red $792

“Deep, bold colors make a statement. More people are accessorizing with color and shoes, and even enamel bangles and rings. This coat is classic: it’s streamlined, timeless, and the red resonates back to the
1950s — sort of a blast from the past with a contemporary flair.”
Carissa Schirmer
Next Boutique
17 W. Strand St., Kingston
845-331-4537
www.nextboutique.com

red coat; black boots

 

 

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