The Perfect Fall Accessory (& It’s Not What You Would Expect)

I don’t mind sacrificing some comfort for style, but when a style adds to my comfort, I am one HAPPY lady!!! This season’s biggest trend is coming in all different shapes, sizes, and sleeves. It can be hard to know how to pair and wear ponchos when they are all so different. Let us help you style your poncho!

Layers On Layers. Layering your poncho is not only fashionable, it’s practical!! Here are a few examples of how to layer your poncho, whether it is long sleeve, short sleeve, or sleeveless.


Pair your short sleeve poncho with a long sleeve top for a classic look that carries you into colder months. Get the look: Pulse Fashion
Source: Southern Curls & Pearls


Asymmetrical hems are all the rage this season. Add a layering tank and pair with leggings for a sophisticated look. Get the look: Pulse Fashion



Sleeveless, draped, or even styles with large side slits are great to layer with a tank. Get the look: Pulse Fashion


Accessorize it! Ponchos are a great accessory to just about any outfit, adding more pieces never hurts.


Rain boots are perfect to wear with your favorite poncho. Practical for rainy, wet days and seriously on trend! Get the look: Pulse Fashion
Source: Vanilla Extract



Pair with a long chain necklace for a little edge. Get the look: Pulse Fashion
Source: Top Inspired



Add personality with a faux fur circle scarf. A perfect chic look for a day on the go. Get the look: Pulse Fashion
Source: The Best Fashion Blog



Adding a belt will accentuate your slim waist and create a tapered, polished look. Source: The Best Fashion Blog


Wear the most functional fashion piece of the season with confidence. Layer it, accessorize it, and make it yours! Share your favorite ways to wear your poncho in the comment section. For more tips & trends this season, sign up here!



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