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Fall Style Guide

As warm summer days fade to cool autumn nights, it’s time to break out your sweaters and boots. Fall is in the air, and with it, the season’s fashion trends. From playful dresses of all cuts and colors, soft sweaters in muted autumnal hues— we’ve put together our Frances fall style guide filled cozy must-haves for the season.

Mini, Midi & Maxi, Oh My!

Gone are the times of designers choosing a single dress cut for their seasonal selection. Instead, fall at Frances means dresses with long, loose lines in a variety of cuts and colors. Don’t pack away summer’s mini dresses—instead pair with booties and your favorite Frances jewelry. Classic staples like midi and maxi dresses draw inspiration from the past, as retro ‘70s prints and patterns transition us from fall to winter.

Hues & Tones

Rich, earthy colors take over our wardrobe this time of year. Classic fall tones like burgundy and navy mix with modern hues of mustard yellow, burnt orange and olive green to create a stunning pallet that can seamlessly be worn together, or as stand alone pieces.

 

Come Full Circle

It’s time to round out those edges, and give your trusty bucket bag a break. This year saw the rise of the circle bag, a trend we can’t get enough of at Frances. This new silhouette will liven up any handbag collection. From a day at the office, to Thanksgiving with the family, the circle bag is versatile enough to be worn daily and can be easily dressed up special occasions. Pictured below is a favorite bag in our shop. The Frances girls style it with their favorite southwestern handmade rings from Jenny Vaughn.

Make a Statement

At Frances, we believe in making a statement with your jewelry. From bold hoops to oversized word necklaces, larger than life jewelry shows that bigger is always better! If you’re not ready to take the mega-sized plunge, try one of our simplified pieces. Size isn’t the only way to make a statement! Breathe new life into your collection by adding unique jewelry to your selection. Shop our favorite Frances statement pieces below.

 

 

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