Elegance trainer reveals clothes you should NEVER wear in fall

As the months get colder, the clothes become more comfortable.

But an elegance coach warned that many women make themselves appear “basic” by not paying more attention to their wardrobe.

Anna Bey, who divides her time between London and Geneva and runs the online business School of Affluence, explained in a recent YouTube video that fall safeties like plaid shirts and leggings make women look like don’t care.

Even pieces that may seem high end, like Chelsea boots and plush coats, should be avoided as they are just too common.

Here, FEMAIL reveals the eight wardrobe essentials that Anna says are best avoided …

‘Basic chelsea boots

Anna Bey, who divides her time between London and Geneva, explained in a recent YouTube video about fall safeties like Chelsea boots (pictured in the stock image)

Anna said: “Chelsea boots are a typical everyday shoe. And by the way, I don’t reject this shoe at all.

“However, the problem with this boot is that women wear it the wrong way around. They love to wear it with skinny pants or skinny jeans, and that’s what gives them an incredibly basic look.

“I think this is probably one of the most common looks we’ve seen,” she said, before adding, “And it’s not flattering for most body types.”

“You have to have a model body, long, slim legs, tall, to be able to really look good in this look, but most of us don’t have that type of body shape, so for that reason we are not going to look good, we are going to look pretty basic.

“The worst part is also the color of the boots because you have a lot of brown, and that degrades that even more. It really cuts the leg ladies, so I don’t want you to wear this, you are going to look small, you are going to look wider than you are.

Plush coats are NOT flattering

Anna is not a fan of the plush coat and compared the garment to a

Anna is not a fan of the plush coat and compared the garment to a “morning dress”. Image bank

The stylish coach said: “Should we just call the plush coat a morning dress? Because that’s literally what I sometimes feel like it looks like. Looks like you know, you’re coming. to wake up, you know, you put on your bathrobe and you just go brush your teeth.

‘This coat isn’t that flattering to anyone, especially not if you’re not skinny. We with normal bodies cannot get away with it.

The teddy coat has no shape, it’s very straight, it’s very square, in addition to its very thick material, you look wider, you look bigger, you look masculine look and you lose your shape.

“So if you want to get a coat for fall, pick one that has a more feminine shape, maybe a belt, maybe it has a defined waist… at least something ‘a little more elegant, with thinner materials.

Casual cargo jackets

Anna cautioned against wearing cargo jackets (shown in the stock image), saying they

Anna cautioned against wearing cargo jackets (shown in the stock image), saying they rarely “enhance” a look

– I don’t mind having a little freight for the right occasion, said Anna.

“Look at Kate Middleton for example, she works a freighter and it works great for her, but she would only wear it for the right activity.

“Unfortunately, ladies, they are turning to freighter in the fall, I don’t know why. But that doesn’t really improve a look. Instead, he looks really laid back.

‘Why not wear a nice blazer instead or a nice structured coat. You should look appropriate for the activity you are doing.

No open toe sandals

Anna explained how open-toed sandals are

Anna explained how open-toed sandals are “not appropriate” in the fall or winter. Image bank

Anna said: “Open toe sandals are not suitable for women in fall or winter. This is simply not appropriate.

Thick “inexpensive” scarves

“There is something about very thick knitting… I think it looks very simple Jane,” said the elegance coach.

“You want to think if you want to have a really nice heated scarf that is not in that kind of material, maybe you want to be in a different fabric, maybe you want to have more, I don’t know, a different type of texture.

“You just don’t want to have like those big nets. I don’t know, there is nothing expensive to watch about them. I can’t really define why it’s just like that.

“It’s not fancy, and it’s also a little too cold, you know, it sounds a little weird to tell you the truth.”

“Now of course there are going to be exceptions, there are always exceptions with most of the rules.”

She noted that when wearing evening dresses, some open-toed sandals can look flattering to be paired with them and should always be worn on this occasion.

“Please know that open-toed shoes, in fact, are sort of referred to as closed-toe shoes, so you don’t have to put them away. These are always good to wear during the winter months, ”she added..

Never pair black tights with colorful shorts or shoes

The elegance coach said: “Black tights worn with contrasting color shorts are not acceptable. Who would wear black tights with blue denim shorts? That doesn’t make sense to me.

“If it’s a bit of a contrast, let’s say dark gray shorts with black tights, then that’s okay because you’re pretty much in the same region in terms of color.

“But a contrasting color looks weird and it doesn’t look flattering, either because black tights with, you know, dark shorts, at least it’ll be kind of a monochrome effect and they will elongate somehow, everything, but when it’s color contrast, it breaks it and you look smaller. ‘

Anna added that the same rule applies to wearing contrasting colored shoes with black tights, and that this should be avoided if possible to make your legs look longer.

Leggings with high boots make it look like you’ve “given up”

The combination of leggings and high boots gives the impression that a woman is not

The combination of leggings and high boots gives the impression that a woman is not “elegant”. Image bank

“This ladies, symbolizes, I don’t care, who cares, whatever, I can’t be bothered.” I am lazy.

“For those who want to be more stylish, we can’t go in that direction, ladies, we really can’t.

“It’s definitely not a fancy look, and I think for your personal markings, if you’re careful about it, you have to stay away from that type of thing.”

‘Male plaid shirt’

They might be popular, but Anna says it's best to avoid plaid shirts (shown in the stock image)

They might be popular, but Anna says it’s best to avoid plaid shirts (shown in the stock image)

“The plaid shirts look very faded,” Anna said. “It sounds very masculine, again, it looks like you don’t care.

“It’s not going to uplift you, it’s going to degrade you and you’re going to look more masculine, so stay away.”

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