Well, now that school has started and we have the fast of Tisha B’Av way behind us… Guys, I gave up coffee because of the impending approach of the fast and I still haven’t touched it. That’s big for me, but let’s leave it for another post… I was saying… Oh Fall is almost here, and of course, that means the High Holidays are on my mind. Not in a spiritual kind of way, yet, although I’ll get there. More in a “oooh, oooh, how fun, new clothes, new recipes, new tablescape ideas…” kind of way. So, being I hadn’t shopped for anything during the “Three Weeks,” I recently went online to see what’s happening in the fashion world. I loved finding a great selection of bold prints for Fall and beyond. Right up my alley and I think we should follow the trend and go bold with Print this Fall (and beyond…)
You’ll remember from other posts such as this one, that I’m not at all shy with color or with print (I think it’s the Puerto Rican thing). In fact, I think as I get older I’m getting even bolder. Either I’m embracing my true self more, or rebelling. (Opposite sides of the same coin?). Lately, I’m all about color and pattern and about putting them together like it’s nobody’s business. So, come on, jump in and spruce up your Fall (and yes, your High Holiday) wardrobe with a few bold prints and have fun. October will be full of plenty of outings to shul and to meals with friends and family, so you’ll surely need some new pieces. Here’s my round up of the best bold prints for the Fall and beyond…
Any favorites? Can you guess which of these bold prints I’m getting for Fall (and the High Holidays)? Come on, just try to guess and leave me a comment below. ;-) On and be even sweeter and Pin this image so you don’t forget to get yourself something new for the High Holidays, soon! (P.S. A lot of theses are on Sale right now!) ;-)
Have a lovely week!
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