According to New York Metro there are ten key items for fall. Did you know cocoon jackets were going to be big this fall? If you're out of the loop on this and other trends, read up on our guide to fall. We've made it easy for you to find these items and decide if they are right for your wardrobe.Fall is one of the most difficult seasons to buy clothes for. In the winter, it is obvious that you will need to bundle up, and in the summer, chances are that you will need to cool off. However, autumn has a way of being very unpredictable. One day it can seem more like the dead of winter, while the next day it feels like summer all over again. But not to worry, we have everything you need to make sure you start the fall season looking spicy and fresh! There are a variety of summer basics that you should have: shorts, sandals, tanks, tees, blouses, sunglasses, and the ever-essential oversize bag which works for everyday as well as the beach.The spring style forecast gives us pieces with a classic 70s vibe; it's all about color and novelty. Look for sexy sheers, retro prints, goddess togas, dazzling metallics, and feminine touches of embroidery in these fun, funky styles.With all of the snow, slush, and wind out there, the winter is a hard time of year to be fashionable. Though you may want to layer yourself in sweatshirts, there are more stylish ways to keeping warm this season! Many of the current trends are easy to maintain, as they can be incorporated into just about any outfit, and luckily they are versatile enough to keep you looking your best until the warmer sunshine of the spring months comes back around.
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For those who sleep in the air-cond room ...........

Heard of a bad news regarding Charleine,

She passed away last weekend due to carbon monoxide poisoning.

It happened when she lighted an aromatheraputic candle for the night in a room with air-conditioning on and all windows closed.

Due to lack of oxygen in the room, the burning of the candle cannot fully oxidized & thus forming dangerous carbon monoxide.

Carbon monoxide will prevent oxygen exchange in the lungs, resulting the person dozing off to state of
unconsciousness & eventually death in less than 1 hour, depending on the room size.

I am putting this post out to all of you so that you will be aware of such danger when lighting aromatheraputic candles in any unventilated rooms.
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