This sultry and rich color will give you a sophisticated look all season long. If you’re not ready for a full length look then invest in a pair of heels, booties or flats to give your look some warmth. And please, don’t be dull and settle for sharing the spotlight with black or white. Instead wear burgundy fashions with navy, olive, grey or camel.
Here’s my latest article about burgundy fashions in
Closer Weekly with more helpful style suggestions.
The Kooples Belted Silk Print Dress, $345 Nordstrom
I’ve always liked the look of jumpsuits. I know they’re a pain when you need to use the loo, but this can be styled multiple ways. You know I love triple duty fashion so while it looks glam on it’s own, get the value of this piece by additionally wearing it with a leather jacket or an oversized cashmere sweater on top or layer a print top underneath.
Rebecca Minkoff ‘Brau’ Crepe Jumpsuit, $239 Nordstrom
Kut From The Kloth Baby Bootcut Jeans, $69.50 Nordstrom
Since there are plenty of you who shy away from burgundy fashions, shoes are the simplest solution for adding the color to your wardrobe.
Stuart Weitzman ‘Pipe Nouveau’, $440 Piperlime
Sam Edelman ‘Delilah’ Suede D’Orsay Pumps, $110 Nordstrom
Joie ‘Lina” Suede Ankle Booties, $355 Saks Fifth Avenue
10 Crosby Derek Lam ‘Avery” Flats, $295 Piperlime