Get in the fall mood with these 7 easy fall outfits.
The Easy, Elevated Everyday Look
Turn your lightweight dress into fall’s heavy-hitter with the simple addition of your favorite denim jacket topped off with a wool scarf. If you aren’t one to bare all, pair with opaque tights and booties to keep you extra warm & fuzzy inside.
For When Yoga Pants Needs Some Oomph
Take your yoga pants from gym to brunch by adding a long, cozy patterned cardi. This is athleisure at it’s best—it’s just dressed to impress.
For A Color Wheel Remix
Sometimes you get stuck in a rut. Especially when it comes to colors! Update your wardrobe with the colors of the season. Just pair classic denim with pumpkin orange foundational pieces and citrus yellow accessories. It’s a PSL as a head-to-toe look.
For The Trend Junkie
If you love trends, then don’t apologize. Instead, pile them on with wild abandon for a look that screams,“I’m adventurous, brave and bold.” To get the look, layer on (remember: with wild abandon) this fall’s embroidered sweaters, florals and textures like rich, cushy velvet.
For Wednesday Hump Day
Man, hump day can be the pits. But, as the old adage says, “when you look good, you feel good.” Simplify your midweek style with a classic pencil skirt and a collegiate throwback styling trick. Read: a crewneck sweater layered over a crisp white button-down. Jenna Lyons would be proud.
For Cuddling Up
Teddy bear jackets are all the rage, and there’s a reason why. They conjure up childhood memories of sitting fireside with your imaginary teddy bear bestie (the OG comfort animal) reading a good book. Now you can have that feeling and stay stylish on-the-go. Just layer over your favorite weekday style #adulting.
For Making Power Moves
Need a new job? Need a confidence boost for that impromptu mid-week presentation? Update your work trouser with one in a fall color like burgundy. Pair with a not-so-basic button down with a pretty patterned tie-neck.
What’s your easy fall go-to? Tell us in the comments!
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