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Fall Fashion Trends Coming To Oxford This Season

The last official day of summer was Wednesday so it is now time to say goodbye to summer trends and hello to fall trends. I hit the Square in hopes of finding fall trends taking off this season.

This is what is popping up in the stores this week for fall:

These jewels by SarCar are locally made by Sara Caroline Bridgers, a High School senior! Expect to see a lot of chokers, metals, and minerals in jewelry this season.

Leather skirts were very popular last year and they will be back again this season.

This outfit can be found at Miss Behavin

Plaid is making a big come back this season. This cute plaid dress can be wore has is or you can spruce it up with a belt.

Plaid dress from Miss Behavin

Every young adults favorite color this season is nude. Expect to see nude everywhere this season along with booties. Booties are the shoes of fall and if they’re not they should be!

Nude Booties can be found at Indigo’s

Plain to see suede a lot this season from suede shirts, skirts, shoes and purses. Suede is already flying of the shelves at stores around town but don’t worry they have new shipments coming weekly!

This outfit can be found at Miss Behavin
This ensemble can be found at Indigo’s

Alex Kitchens is the social media editor for HottyToddy.com. She can be reached at alex.kitchens@hottytoddy.com.

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