Fall Fashion Ideas
For this coming Fall season, as with Fall seasons in the past, I'll bet a lot of the trends that will be sported this fall can be easily achieved with what you already have in your closet. Especially if you have one of those already packed closets, the kind where if you add a new outfit to your closet clothing collection some other perfectly innocent piece of clothing already in the closet will need to be purged to make room for it. If, however, you are looking to update your fall wardrobe and perhaps thinking of thinning out your closet anyway boy have I got some fall clothing deals for you. A lot of the clothing fashion apparel affiliates associated with Giftkone are preparing to present their fall wardrobe line up of fashion like this 70% off winter coat collection from Lovely Wholesale like the turndown collar buttons design trench coat.
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For women, a jacket or a coat that is worn with a belt looped over the top with some wide-leg pants make a fashionable and comfortable fall outfit, even if this idea is from last year it's still trendy.
If you'd like to participate in saving the environment and looking cute while you do it---this fall think; fabric tote bag. I think they are better than paper or plastic when shopping, a fabric tote also makes it easy for you to carry all of your necessities and will look good on you too. If you don't already have one in a color you like this item would be worth look for because of its functionality. You probably already have several fabric cloth bags just laying around from tips, social functions, or from an organization. They ended up being the only kind of bag left in my house once I got rid of all the paper and plastic bags that seemed to be growing since we have all become virtual shut-ins and the women in my family have been using them on their short shopping excursions. I tell them they're helping to make fabric cloth shoulder tote bags a fall trend for this year.
Fall Trends continued
With Labor Day behind us, and as I prepare to retire my t-shirts and shorts and go looking for my long pants and sweaters I can't help but feel that this summer 2020 will definitely be one for the books, pandemic, forest fires, a long line of hurricanes marching across the Atlantic even my favorite end-of-summer Art and Wine Festival for---canceled! Fortunately, I still have some wine on hand for just this type of emergency. This fall season cuddle-up in some faux fur and add a little refined grace to this fall season's wardrobe.
Like this ivory faux fur jacket that can make you feel like a comfortably warm cuddly teddy bear. What better way to look super chic when you're out in the unforgiving cold of the fall season. Faux fur will be everywhere this fall and I know that faux fur is not really the same compared to real fur when it comes to the warmth factor but trust me when I say synthetic fur over your layered outfit will keep you warm and cozy. The fact is faux fur when the temperature drops is a good choice it will keep you looking fabulous day and night, therefore faux fur is on my fall fashion ideas list.
The Hamesh hand or Hamsa hand is a popular Jewish motif in jewelry. Arab cultures often refer to it as the Hand of Fatima, which symbolizes the Hand of God. The Hamsa serves as an ancient talismanic way of averting the evil eye and providing a "protecting hand." The Hamsa appears often in stylized form, as a hand with three fingers raised, and sometimes with two thumbs arranged symmetrically. The symbol is used in amulets, charms, jewelry, cars, door entrances, and other places to ward the evil eye.
It's believed that The Hamsa origin predates Islam. The symbol was previously used in the Punic religion, which was believed to be based on their Phoenician forefathers where the Hamsa was associated with Tanit. In Israel and in Jewish culture it is most commonly known as "Hamsa", without any Islamic heritage connotations. Some sources link the significance of the five fingers to the five books of the Torah or to the five pillars of Islam.
The symbol was used in Israel in Roman times and seems to have become associated with Judaism in particular only in later centuries. It was in the 17th century that it became a popular practice to put the Star of David on the outside of synagogues, to identify them as Jewish houses of worship; however, it is not clear why this symbol was selected for this.
Today, the Star of David is a universally recognized symbol of Jews. It appears on the flag of the state of Israel, and the Israeli equivalent of the Red Cross is known as the Magen David Adom. The name David in ancient Hebrew is made up of three letters, "Vav" and "Dalet". The letter Dalet in ancient Hebrew is actually a triangle.
King David used the six-pointed star as his signature. The six-points symbolize that God rules over the universe and protects us from all six directions: North, South, East, West, Up, and Down. King David used this symbol on the battlefield on his shield as an omen from God.
The Chai symbol is simply the Hebrew word Chai (literally meaning living), with the two Hebrew letters Chet and Yod attached to each other. The word refers to the Living God. Judaism is very focused on life, and the word Chai has great significance. There have been various mystical numerological speculations about the fact that according to the gematria system, the letters of Chai add up to 18.
Mezuzah is a small case affixed to the doorposts and gates of Jewish homes, synagogues, and businesses. The case generally features the Hebrew letter shin inscribed on it, which protects a piece of a parchment scroll, on which two passages are inscribed from the Hebrew Bible: the Shema Israel and V'havta.
Every time you pass through a door with a mezuzah on it, you touch the mezuzah and then kiss the fingers that touched it, expressing love and respect for God.
There are other Jewish symbols like the menorah, one of Judaism's oldest symbols, a seven-branched candelabrum, or an oil lamp. It has been said that the menorah is a symbol of the nation of Israel. The design for the seven-candle menorah is given in the Torah. Let me close with The Hamsa Hand mention at the beginning of his post. The ancient good luck charm passed down through the centuries.
Luck and good fortune are said to be attracted to the bearer of The Hamsa Hand symbol. Be it a home or wall decoration to bring good luck and protect your house from evil or an attractive amulet or another piece of jewelry worn as a good luck charm. The Hamsa Hand is believed to ward off all negative energy, banish evil, and bring happiness to the wearer of this ancient Jewish symbol.
I have seen these symbols (The Hamsa and The Chai) worn by different celebrities and in dozens of beautiful jewelry designs. I had never made the connection between the symbol and its significance until now, but I found the information and the history behind the Hamsa Hand fascinating; if you were not aware of the above information before now, hopefully, you found this information interesting too.
Fine jewelry is the perfect way to update and accessorize this season's fashions. "Edwardian-inspired blouses, Eyelet dresses, and white clothing are all hot trends for this season, and all of the just mention wardrobe choices and provide the perfect backdrop for fine jewelry," says Helena Krodel, spokesperson for the Jewelry Information Center. Regardless of your budget or style, there is a piece of innovative or soul-proclaiming fine jewelry that will perfectly suit you.
Medallions will be on the top of shoppers' lists. Keep an eye out for medallions with floral motifs, intricate carvings, personal engravings, or filigree work. A Grand-scale medallion will pair well with a long thick chain-link necklace in sterling silver, platinum, or gold. Smaller medallions look fresh when suspended from brightly colored gemstone necklaces, chains set with diamonds, "diamonds by the yard" or a strand of pearls à la Chanel.
The Charm is back. You may choose sweet subtle trinkets in lieu of bracelets chock-full of hearts and stuff. Tiny treasures are hung from hoop earrings in the newer style; charms clustered on top of rings; stationed charm necklaces with unmatched charms; and very long chain-link necklaces with one, two, or three charms that fall far into the neckline.
You may have noticed that an extensive assortment of important earrings enhanced the red carpet this season. This past spring, the earring evolution had come full circle featuring chandeliers, long linear, drops, "threaders" and ear-hugging versions. Although all of these variations will have a place amidst the fashions conscious, this season's fashion embellished hoop with charms are the newest style on the ear-frontier.
Grab the Ring
The fascination with cocktail rings goes on with a focus on cabochon-cut or seemingly uncut gemstones. Designers are using the vintage-looking or organic gemstones, rose-cut diamonds (or gemstones), and crystal-like formations. More traditional styles still look extraordinary when they feature richly saturated gemstones and special metalsmithing techniques. Also look for colored gemstones in pink and green including pink sapphire, pink and green tourmaline, peridot, and tsavorite (green garnet).
Off the Cuff
In warmer weather right now here in California, sleeves get cropped and expose skin, leaving plenty of room for cuffs to be stacked-up the arm. Some standout styles you might want to think about include bracelets that expose some skin; or use organic materials like wood, mother-of-pearl, shell even moonstone. Classy bracelets with strong details like grommets in gold; feature feminine flower carvings; or use special materials like platinum and diamonds are ideal for just about any glitzy occasions.
If I might make a suggestion; how about the Allure Jewelry's 18-karat yellow- gold triple medallion necklace set with diamonds for this year's Christmas party, or holiday gathering? Whatever the occasion for bringing out your jewelry classics this year be bold, and if you're not looking to add to your jewelry collection remember that quality-jewelry makes a great gift.