Four ways to stay in style this fall

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Whether you’re heading to high school, back to work for the fall or are a teacher returning to the classroom, Mainstream Boutique at Dawley Farm Village has something to complete every outfit.

Owner Julie Fischbach showed us some easy ways to update your look.

Kimono craze

Heading back to school? High school and college girls are loving kimonos. “They’re lightweight and we’ve been selling a lot of them for senior pictures,” Fischbach said. “It’s like that one additional layering piece. They want something that looks a little different, so they throw on a colorful kimono.”

On-trend colors

Popular colors this fall include purple, plum, sage, mauve and blush, Fischbach said. “And lots of camo is still continuing,” she added. “Plus frayed bottoms, any kind of distressed bottom, and the embroidery trend is continuing as well.”

Popular tops

A new top is an easy update to your fall wardrobe. Mainstream is selling “a lot of floral tops, and a lot of tops with ruffle detail,” Fischbach said. “And cold-shoulder tops are still very popular. We have some shirts that just have a little slit in the arm or a little ruffle, so they’re just fun, on-trend tops that aren’t expensive and that you can wear to work or school.”

Denim still rules

Denim likely is the trend that’s here to stay. “It’s always a hot item, and we carry a lot of different denims from all price points and lots of different washes and bottoms,” Fischbach said. “The latest trend is do-it-yourself denim, where if they’re too long you can literally cut them.”

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Four ways to stay in style this fall

Whether you’re heading to high school, back to work for the fall or are a teacher returning to the classroom, Mainstream Boutique at Dawley Farm Village has something to complete every outfit.

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