The new hit television show “How to Get Away with Murder” does not only provide audiences with a complex and seductive story line, but displays style trends that can flatter most body types. With the help of Professor Annalise Keating, played by Oscar Award Winner Viola Davis, viewers can take away signature pieces that can help them remain stylish this fall.
On the first day of class, Professor Keating is wearing a maroon peplum leather jacket. She has also been seen in a gray peplum top in recent episodes. Peplum tops flatter most body types because they pull in the waist and accentuate or create curves with its flared bottom. Leather jackets are another statement piece that can be worn in different seasons. When paired together, Professor Keating is fierce and draws attention to her shiny and sleek look with colors that evoke fall.
Her black dresses are a classic outfit that women are very familiar with. The structure of her dress in the courtroom, while she “discredit[s] the witness,” shows how well a little black dress in any style can hug the curves and hide bumps in your midsection that may make you self-conscious. Also, the modest, high neckline and conservative length past the knees lets women know that they do not need to dress revealingly in order to be fierce and be known when they step into a room.
Professor Keating also wears bold accessories to compliment her outfits. Big jewelry—like her long costume necklace with what seems like a sharks tooth at the end and chunky sliver beaded bracelet, has been seen in recent episodes. These pieces, often in silver or white, highlight the dark colors that the professor has been wearing so far. Professor Keating’s jewelry adds to the conservativeness of her profession, while drawing attention to herself.
The peplum tops, leather jacket, and black dress are style options that can flaunt curves while remaining sleek and professional. Furthermore, statement jewelry can make muted colors of the fall and winter pop. When paired together, they can create a look that can make you feel confident about your body, stronger in your presence and ready to take on any workday challenge.
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