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Fall Fashion Revamp

Are you ready to shake things up in your fall wardrobe? Try these simple style tips and tricks from my friends at Church & Dwight to add a little flare to old faves and keep your current classics looking their best.

1. Be bold. Add a little colour to your wardrobe by incorporating Pantone’s Top 10 Fall 2017 Colours such as Grenadine Red and Marina Blue into your everyday look. These bright shades are the perfect transition to fall and will help you stay stylish.

Pro tip: To keep these colours looking vibrant, use OxiClean Colour Shield Laundry Stain Remover. It protects colours and provides 50% more brightening power versus leading value detergent alone.

2. Winter whites. Who says whites are just for summer? Layer soft creams, oyster or parchment tones to create a cozy look as you transition into fall.

Fall Fashion Revamp

Pro tip: Whites can look dreary after a bit. To keep your whites looking like new, try OxiClean White Revive Laundry Stain Remover. It whitens 40% better than chlorine bleach with powerful whitening and brightening agents that won’t damage colours.

3. Old is new again. Surprise, surprise, your geometric prints from high school are back in style. Pair your retro pieces with a pair of skinny jeans or a leather jacket for a modern look.

Pro tip: Revitalize old favourites with OxiClean Max Force Foam Laundry Pre-Treater. Pump it directly onto a stain that was never removed last fall, and gently rub and let it soak overnight up to 7 days before throwing it in the wash. The powerful supercharged foam sticks to stains and works to blast them away. Its compact size also makes it easy for storage and it will become a must-have for treating stains.

Need some style inspiration? Check out these fun, easy-to-wear looks!

Fall Fashion Revamp

Disclosure: I was compensated for this post. All opinions are my own.

Stacie Vaughan

Stacie is the mom of two girls and lives in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys cooking/baking, photography, reading, DIY and is fueled by lots of coffee!

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