Hey guys! It’s officially the first day of fall! Hallelujah! Fall is my favorite season to dress for. 1 because I love boots. And 2 because I can look good all day without sweating through my clothes. But fall is also a bad time to shop for some people because of college. There are so many things to buy for school so clothes are probably the last thing on your list.
I, myself, am going back to school to get my Master’s degree. So I know the struggle. Add on the fact that I have a 7-month-old baby who grows out of clothes in a month. So a bunch of new clothes each season is just too much for me. Thankfully, I’ve learned how to elevate my fall wardrobe buying the least amount of clothes as possible. You can be stylish with clothes you already own and just buy a few pieces to make you look chic. Here are my favorite ways to elevate my fall wardrobe.
Wear A Long Cardigan
Cardigans are a great way to take a bland outfit to the next level. You can literally wear a t-shirt and jeans with a long cardigan layered over and you instantly look more stylish. Plus you’ll be warm on those chilly nights and mornings. Win, win!
Step Into Some Colorful Booties
A lot of people underestimate the power of shoes. The right pair of shoes can make your outfit pop. If you wear a black shirt with black trousers, a pop of color will make you stand out. What better way to do this than wearing colorful booties. Yellow and orange are good fall colors to wear this season.
Get A Neutral Satin Skirt
New York Fashion Week just passed and I had a blast. What I saw from most of the fashion shows is that satin skirts are the best trend right now. If you care about following trends but don’t want to break the bank, buy a neutral satin skirt in nude, brown, or burnt orange. These colors go great with any color top so you can wear them over and over again without anyone really noticing that you’re repeating outfits.
Over The Knee Boots!
Tall boots are sexy and perfect for elevating your fall wardrobe. Wear them with shorts, a shirt, or over skinny jeans. Just be careful not to be too over the top. If you plan of wearing these boots with short shorts or a skirt, throw on a long cardigan or trench coat to balance it out. Fashion is all about balance!