Fall Into Autumn Trends

Fall is here! And I know some of you may have been in a rush to get your children’s shopping out of the way, but don’t forget about your own closets! I’ve picked out 5 Fall trends that will help you update your wardrobe and give you a fresh start this season.

Staple Jackets

How They’re Elevated:

I’m big on third pieces, whether it’s worn to work or as an after school jacket. A casual jacket is going to be the finishing touch that completes an otherwise standard top and jeans look.

Why They’re Great:

As we move from summer to Fall, the mornings and evenings are getting to be a little more chilly. To keep wearing your tees and tanks from the summer all you need is a lightweight layer to add.

My Favorite Details: 

You can’t go wrong with a classic denim jacket. If you want to mix things up a bit, try features like extra pockets, Fall colors like orange and mustard or even an olive green. 

Sweater Dress

How They’re Elevated:

Next to trench coats and ankle boots sweater dresses are one of Fall’s biggest hits! This Fall, stay warm and go out in the chunkiest, chicest, and most effortless sweater dress. 

Why They’re Great:

I’m talking about cable knit, turtle necks, or even ankle sweeping sweater dress options are endless! You can rock it over sized and keep it comfy if you like. But it’s a sure way to incorporate comfort in your closet rotation. 

What’s your Favorite Style:

Whether long, short, or somewhere in between this piece is a timeless staple. It’s easy to layer and perfect for neutral colors.  A midi can be worn by itself or with leather pants for an elevated off duty look. With a thigh slit, this staple cold-weather piece becomes a bit more sexy. 

Fun Pants

How They’re Elevated:

Don’t forget that your pants can make a statement just as easily as a top or a pair of shoes. A crisp straight pair is great for work. A wide-leg is as comfortable as it is chic. 

Why They’re Great: 

Of Course we love a great pair of denim, but the look can get stale if you’re wearing them day in and day out. It’s important to keep a rotation of colors and styles to keep your wardrobe looking fresh. 

Fitting your shape: 

If you’re petite, look for cropped pants they’ll hit your ankle where you want them to. If you’re a curvier woman, choose a cinched pant or belted waist to show off your narrow midsection. 

Statement Shoes

How They’re Elevated: 

It doesn’t matter your outfit, people will always see your shoes. Which makes them great for a print or a pop of color to add to your outfit. It’s nothing like a statement pair to really energize your look. 

Why They’re Great: 

If getting your kids to and from school is back on the to do list, I recommend flats, low, or even block heels. It really depends on your comfort level. Being comfortable doesn’t mean you can’t be sassy!

Colors to Consider: 

Take advantage of your summer colors for as long as possible. With the right outfit combo, you can transition colors like coral, pink, and orange right into Fall colors. 

Unique Accessories

Why They’re elevated:

Bags, sunglasses, and belts are wardrobe staples. I’m always eyeing the ones that will stand out! Bold and geometric will be popular this Fall. Stay on the look out for accessories with defined shapes. 

Why They’re Great: 

Like a jacket, an accessory can be a third piece. Functional items like tote bags and sunglasses can add texture, color, or an interesting silhouette to the look. 

Pieces to Try: 

Treat yourself to an overly glam accessory like a statement belt, scarf, or an over the top pair of sunglasses. After that all you’ll need is confidence. 

Are you ready to jump into your new Fall styles? I have so many tips and tricks to transition your summer looks right into Fall. 

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