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Hello, I’m Jorge Ramon and I’ve got your fall fashion survival guide. I’m going to give you some of the greatest tips but also some great ideas and how to save money. My biggest money saving tip is to shop your closet specially with the economy the way it is, I’m sure you’ve got some looks in there that are just dying to come out and play.
Take care of your clothes that you have already. This is really important. Store them properly and also skip the dry cleaner. Give the environment a break and do it yourself at home. Making sure you pay attention to the details is crucial to looking good and I found some professional quality products that you could do it yourself at home.
Rowenta’s precision valet steamer, what I loved about this thing is it heats up in 60 seconds. Look at the amount of steam that’s coming off of this thing. This skirt is a great example of what’s happening for fall. Great well fabric embellishments and please, you think, oh my gosh, how do I take care of this myself. With the precision valet, you just put the steam right on over it and the wrinkles come out in about less than a minute.
Also, guys love this one too. Because it preserves the length of life their suits and they don’t have to send it up to the dry cleaner as often. But if you really like that crisp crises on your shirts and on your pants, the pressure iron and steamer is incredible. It’s got its stainless plate that hits up all over and if you notice all little notches, this delivers the steam evenly and you won’t have to worry about it burning, singeing or dripping water on the clothing that you already love.
Also, I want you to look at what I’ve created here. This is something that comes up at every women’s closet, a crisp white shirt and then neatly the black skirt. If you notice, I want you all to go into your jewelry drawer and collect all of the necklaces that you have. Vary up the lengths, give me gold, give silver, make it matter, make it shinny. Make a statement with the necklace like this and I tell you it’s going to take your outfit and really bring it up so that it’s right of the runways of Fall 09.
Some of the best trends that I’ve seen are one shoulder look. Michelle Obama wore one on the inauguration. She looks spectacular and I tell you, this is something that I saw on the runways from spring 2010. So if you invest in a piece like a one shoulder dresser top, mix it with something that you have in your closet already, you’ll be good to go all the way up to spring 2010.
Also, cardigans are a huge craze right now. Think about it. They come in knobby knits, they come in cashmere, they come maxi, they come mini, they come craft, they even come sleeveless and belted. Cardigans are great trends for women of all ages. They keep you cozy and they’ll keep you looking right on trend.
Also, metalics are great way of taking something you might already have in your closet and giving it new life. Mix it up with the leggings or denim and I tell you, you’ll be super model ready. Join me at rowentausa.com and I’ll give you some more fall fashion tips as well as teach you how to use this amazing Rowenta products.