Affordable Tailored Suit Trend

Hi guys, If you haven’t seen or heard about one of the biggest trends this Fall, I’m here to let you know. Bright colored tailored suits are IN and happening. I’m fond of color but I tend to lean more towards neutrals. I decided to step out of my comfort zone and hop on the bright color wagon and I may have developed a slight obsession. I went hunting for a tailored suit and my first place of choice was Asos. I’m 5’10” tall and I trusted that they would have something to fit. Well, they had so many options I was like a kid in a candy store :)

After adding a few options to my cart-such as this, this, this, and this, I decided to go with this pink blazer and pants. I also spotted this Blazer and pants on Boo Hoo and this blazer and trouser on Pretty Little Thing. I always love doing my seasonal shopping at different stores so I can mix up my look. I did end up buying a few items from Asos which I’ll share with you all as I snap photos with them (I’m usually quicker posting on my Instagram-so follow me there). I also shopped a few items from Forever 21 and Nordstrom Rack. I’m waiting on a few sales to do a little bit more shopping.  

To complete this look, I also got these leopard sandals from Asos- leopard is also super in. I mean, for me it’s always in but this Fall leopard is EVERYWHERE. The thing with leopard is that it’s timeless and I love timeless trends. I’ll do another post on leopard trend-I did shop a few additional leopard items too.

With this suit, I can wear it multiple ways and so I claim it as a good investment. I can wear the pants by itself with a T-shirt or a dressy top, the blazer with denim, skirt, over a dress. It options are plenty.
So, here are a few more colored suits I found for for all different taste, style, size and vibe. Get your fashion going and jump onto a fun trend. You don’t have to break the bank, just do it for you.

Have a grand week, everyone.


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