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The Fashion Frakas by Colleen Becker

Warm can be cute!

Now that we’re officially into the fall season, we can finally get excited about winter clothes and accessories!

Once again, scarves are a huge accessory this fall. From chunky knit scarves to colourful floaty figure-8’s, we have tons in store at Frakas to choose from. We have some great colours, including gold, burnt orange and maroon to make any outdoor outfit look great. In addition to this, a great knit beanie or headscarf can take any outfit to the next level.

If you’re looking for something comfy to wear, knit sweaters are also on trend this fall. They look great with skinny jeans and boots, or overtop of a mid to long length skirt. Add some tights for extra warmth and you’re good to go! If you’re looking for something extra, a great coat is the way to go! Here at Frakas we have a ton of styles, such as military, peacoat and fur-lined as well. Look for things like a chunky collar, wool fabrics and oversize pockets.

To top off your outfit, why not grab a structured bag? We just got a huge shipment in from Melie Bianco in deep purple, navy, red and green. There are bags in all shapes and sizes for those of us who need to carry our entire life in our bag, to shoulder bags for those who can cut it down to the few essentials. So come on in and check out all these great items at all three Frakas locations!!

Please be sure to join our Facebook group “Frakas Boutique” to see weekly pictures of new fashions. And you’ll want to read the Frakas Fashion Blog to be inspired by new arrivals: Frakas Fashion Blog

Article written by Katie Juba (Frakas team).



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About the Author

Colleen Becker is the owner /operator of FRAKAS, Shops for Women Inc. Frakas, has three locations, one of which is in the Mission in Kelowna. Colleen's expertise is in buying, with regular trips to the world's fashion meccas.





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