THE MILITARY JACKET
While this cotton-based military inspired jacket is also popular in the spring – the fall version is slightly heavier in material but works perfectly for when those temperatures start to cool down. It pairs well with almost anything and truly is the perfect transitional jacket. Wear it draped, sleeves scrunched, or as normal paired over unlikely pieces like delicate lace dresses and skirts.
The ’70s are trending hard this fall season. And there’s no easier way to incorporate your favorite summer tanks and off the shoulder tops into fall than with flared denim. Just be sure to modernize your look to prevent from looking like you just stepped off the set of Dazed and Confused. The key is keeping it simple – don’t over do it kids.
THE POINTED TOE ANKLE BOOT
The pointed toe ankle boot is the boot of the season and couldn’t be a better choice in footwear for the summer to fall transition. This vintage-meets-modern design adds a different element to any outfit – whether paired with a shift dress, a flowing maxi or with shorts and a jacket. While Acne Studios reigns supreme with this style, it will cost you a pretty penny. Luckily, numerous brands/stores have released their own affordable version and I have to admit, they’re pretty good. (Psst… Gap has an amazing pair – use code GOODDAY for 25% off).
THE WIDE BRIMMED HAT
My absolute favorite fall accessory is a hat. It’s no secret that I’m a crazy hat lady, I have more than I feel comfortable admitting. But it really does change an entire outfit from drab to it-girl cool. Ok, that was corny. But it really does add an interesting element to an otherwise boring outfit. Tee and jeans? Throw on a hat. Simple dress? Throw on a hat. You get the idea. It’s my go-to when a) I’m on day 3 of unwashed hair, and b) my outfit just needs a little extra something. Hats are also a travel necessity for me – flat airplane hair is not a good look.
If you’re over the age of 20 and you don’t own a blazer, you need to invest in one… like, yesterday. The blazer is a wardrobe essential, not just for fall, but year-round. But I especially find myself investing in a great blazer come fall every year, because I love the heavier material options available in the fall. They just feel more luxurious. I love a blazer in the fall because it’s the perfect layering piece and always looks chic. From structured to slouchier styles, you really can’t go wrong. A blazer works great with literally anything. It’s also a great way to dress up any outfit. Think distressed denim shorts and booties – add the blazer and you have a completely different outfit, perfect for a night out. This structured option is currently at the top of my list and is a great option to take you from summer to fall.
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