I know we haven’t officially entered into fall yet, but it’s my favorite time of year and I have already begun the transition into fall clothing. I just recently wrote a post on some must-have fall staples, so I thought I’d follow up with a few outfit ideas involving several of those fall staples.
This look is super easy to create. Skinny jeans are pretty much the only thing I’ll wear because they make me look taller and smaller. All you need to create an easy fall look is a 3/4 sleeve neutral colored shirt to pair with your favorite jeans, and finish with ankle boots. Very easy, and doesn’t look like you just quickly threw something together. Add a scarf to this look and it will dress it up a little.
Picking a shirt that has something different about it can make a simple outfit look like you put more thought into it than you really did. I love how comfortable this shirt is. It is a little thicker, so it feels more like a sweatshirt. Perfect for cool fall nights! Paired with skinny jeans (obviously), and ankle boots.
Plain long sleeve shirts are my thing. I love that you can dress them up or keep them casual. This one also happens to be from the A-New-Day brand from Target, which seems to be a new favorite of mine. Grab a scarf for cooler days, and pair with your favorite jeans and boots or flats!
Plaid! Plaid is THE perfect fall style. It’s my personal favorite of all fall attire. Wear it on it’s own or wear it over a tee. You simply can’t go wrong. I love that Old Navy has lots of different colors and styles of plaid shirts this season so I can go stock up for cheap! Pair your plaid with laid back jeans and sneakers, or dress it up with jeans and some boots. It is perfect for cool Autumn weather.
Sweater season! Fall wouldn’t be fall without sweaters and hoodies! I am so in love with this sweater that I found at the end of the season last year. It fit me while I was pregnant last year, and since it’s an open front I’ll be able to continue to wear it this year. It couldn’t be any cozier and comfortable. Paired with jeans and boots but could easily be worn with dress pants and heels for a fall work look as well!