Using Summer Trends for Fall Fashions 2011 to Save Money

Common fall colour schemeThe summer is coming to an end and the weather is becoming cooler. The short-shorts are no longer in need and the tank tops wont keep your arms warm. Buying new clothes for Wayne Lippman fall is expensive for some, especially if pants, long-sleeve shirts and accessories are required.

However, you can use some of your summer accessories and clothing as part of your fall clothing to save money and reuse your clothing while continuously being fashionable. It is all about remembering the colour palette and being confident in what you wear.

Fall Fashion Trends

The fall fashion trends for 2011 are about volume and the general cone shape. This means that the leggings and tight legs from the spring and summer will carry into the fall fashion trends, which is great for those who bought several pairs of leggings and long-hanging shirts.

In addition, the 2011 fall fashions will also include classic knitting. This means that those who know how to knit can create their own shirts, turtle necks and scarves in fall colors. Prints are also popular, so keep spring and summer print shirts and skirts for your fall collection.

Common Fall Colours

Common fall colors are often based on the fall scene. The primary fall colors are yellow, orange, brown, black and dark green. These colors do not necessarily play a role in summer garments, but that does not mean you cannot reuse your summer clothing in your fall wardrobe.

Buy accessories in the common fall colors, such as scarves, bracelets, necklaces and rings. You can also purchase shoes, jackets and a few long sleeve shirts. You do not have to buy a full wardrobe, so you can save money by only buying accessories and a few warmer clothes.

Using Existing Fashions

Start by cleaning out your closet and examine what items you wish to keep for your fall wardrobe. Keep neutral-colored clothing, such as black, white, navy, reds, greens, creams and grays, whether it is pants, shirts or skirts.

Secondly, pair your existing clothing with your fall accessories by matching colors. If you are working with bold colors, only match two colors with a neutral gray, white, black or cream. You can also have one bold color as the primary color, such as pink, if you match it with gray and orange, for example.

Remember that it is not about what matches the clothing on a fashion runway or what is hanging on the hangers at the local clothing stores. It is about what makes you feel confident in your own clothes, so let your creativity run wild.


LoveYourBrain Kicks Off Brain Injury Awareness Month with National Fundraiser

WINDSOR, Vt.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--LoveYourBrain Foundation announced today that, in honor of Brain Injury Awareness month in March, it will be leading a national yoga and meditation fundraising campaign. Each year, 1.7 million people experience a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in the United States. Often considered an invisible injury, TBI can cause life-altering changes to brain functioning, which can affect memory, self-esteem, motivation, and coordination. These changes can cause many downstream challenges, particularly in maintaining relationships, employment, and overall quality of life.

Every dollar raised will help grow LoveYourBrain Foundations flagship yoga program, which supports TBI survivors to participate in affordable yoga and meditation classes tailored to their needs. This program builds off of LoveYourBrains experience offering a gentle yoga pilot program for TBI survivors in New Hampshire that was recently evaluated by Dartmouth College. There is increasing recognition of the positive physical and emotional effects of yoga and meditation, particularly through fostering better mind-body connection. Yoga has been an integral part of Kevin Pearces rehabilitation from his TBI following a near fatal snowboarding accident in 2009 while training for the Olympics.

Yoga has the potential to transform the wellbeing of those living with brain injury by improving their ability to strengthen, and reconnect to, their mind and body, said Kevin Pearce, co-founder of LoveYourBrain Foundation. It can promote their acceptance of what is and help them recognize and appreciate their strengths, rather than focusing on their limitations.

During Brain Injury Awareness month, LoveYourBrain aims to partner with at least one studio in every state throughout the US to offer a donation-based class. LoveYourBrain will feature all participating studios on its website and social media Power Yoga outlets, which reach more than 200,000 people, and will work with local media to support each studio in raising awareness about TBI. Through this campaign and its yoga program, LoveYourBrain hopes to begin to shift the culture around TBI recovery to build a community that supports healthier, happier lives for those affected by TBI.

Yoga studios interested in participating can go to or email

About LoveYourBrain

LoveYourBrain Foundation is a non-profit organization that aims to improve the quality of life for people affected by brain injury. We are a growing family of like minded individuals who believe that the brain is our most important piece of equipment. Our messageLoveYourBrainembodies our positive approach to brain injury prevention, recovery, and brain health.

LoveYourBrain Foundation was established by brothers Kevin and Adam Pearce in 2014. This marked the fourth year since Kevin suffered a near fatal traumatic brain injury while training for the 2010 winter Olympics. Kevins remarkable road to recovery has inspired millions through the HBO documentary The Crash Reel, his speaking engagements, and now, through the programs pioneered by the LoveYourBrain Foundation.


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