fall fash­ion trends


Jamaica Gleaner - - HEALTH & FITNESS - Kim­berly Goodall Life­style Writer

AS THE cooler months ap­proach, it is time to rein­vent your wardrobe and get rid of those bright colours and bold pat­terns. De­spite Ja­maica en­joy­ing a trop­i­cal cli­mate, Flair ven­tured with a few fall out­fits from Style Savvy Bou­tique to the cool and lush gar­den of The Ja­maica Pe­ga­sus ho­tel to show you how to rock fall fash­ion in a va­ri­ety of styles.

Cool greens, bur­gundy and black are time­less and com­ple­ment all skin tones, and sat­isfy all fe­male fash­ion crav­ings.

Up­dat­ing your wardrobe is all up to you, but you can rock it in what­ever fall trendy colour you choose.


Creative di­rec­tor: Randy Bow­man As­sis­tant: Kim­berly Goodall Pho­tog­ra­pher: Glad­stone Tay­lor Mod­els: Chrissie-Ann Den­nis and Kim Goodall Out­fits: Style Savvy Bou­tique Shop #10, 7th Av­enue Plaza Half-Way Tree, Kingston 10

Tel: (876) 754-3713, What­sApp: (876) 770-4623 www.style­savvy­bou­tique.storeenvy.com Lo­ca­tion: The Ja­maica Pe­ga­sus ho­tel 81 Knutsford Boule­vard, Kingston 5 Tel: (876) 926-3690 Email: reser­va­tions@ja­ma­icape­ga­sus.com

AT LEFT: Goodall is turn­ing heads and hearts with this lace-cropped top and green palazzo pants.

In the trop­ics, rompers are per­fect for all sea­sons. This spaghetti strap romper epit­o­mises sim­ple, flirty and fab­u­lous.

This off-theshoul­der dress in masala, hits all the right notes on Kim Goodall.

This bustier fit­ted romper with choker will be en­vied by your gal pals at your next girls’ night out.


Kiim bri­ings out her iin­ner bad gi­irll as she rocks thiis zi­ip­per llong-slleeve llady coat wi­ith green ci­ir­clle-llace penci­ill ski­irt..

This fall flo­ral jump­suit is any­thing but or­di­nary as Chrissie shows us how to be stylishly fierce.

Jump­suits are here to stay. Be as dar­ing as this form-fit­ting blue strap­less num­ber.

Chrissie-Ann Den­nis is bring­ing sexy back with this black sheer-pat­terned skirt set that is per­fect for a spe­cial night out.

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