Womens Fashion

Ruby Red from Fall to Spring

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Fashion month has brought about plenty of new fashion to try from New York to Paris. One of the major parts of a new trend is color. Through each show new color themes appeared on the runway. From red ruby to marigold. Instead of waiting for the spring to try them out, try these red ruby pieces today and keep them in your closet until spring.


These Grace 10CM Over-The-Knee Boot In Vegetal Calfskin boots will look great with pants or leggings through the fall and winter and look just as great with a lacey dress in the spring. Not to mention they can keep you dry from the April showers.

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Chloe Over the Knee Boot


This BF Red Flannel is the best transition piece because it is so versatile. It can be worn tied around your waist in the warm months of spring and summer. The flannel can also be worn with a scarf and boots in the cooler months of fall and winter.

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BF Flannel


This New York & Company quilted moto jacket is a great statement piece that will transition you from fall to spring. Layering the jacket is key to managing the different seasons. Sweaters and scarves in the winter then t shirts and tank tops in the spring. Its  bold color is quite daring and totally worth the risk this season.

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Quilted Motor Jacket


This Free People Ruby Solctice Skirt is perfect for the gypsies out there. Since the skirt is maxi length it will be best paired with boots in the fall and winter. The high slits will keep you cool in the spring and summer with gladiator sandals.

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Ruby Solctice Skirt



If you are not that into trying new trends start with this Hermes Heure H watch. It is a small step into the ruby red trend and obviously watches are good for any season. It will transition you into the spring’s trends while not taking it too far.

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Hermes Watches



Josey graduated from Malone University with a communication arts degree with an emphasis in public relations and marketing minor. She was the editor in chief of the student newspaper, The Aviso. When she was about 12 years old she read her first magazine and instantly knew she wanted to write for one. She absolutely loves telling a story through her writing.

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