I am so excited to dress for fall weather. There’s something about the turtlenecks, jackets, and boots that make me want to try a little harder with my outfits each day. Below I’ve styled 7 looks, one for each day of the week to inspire you this season. Be sure to leave a comment and let me know which is your favorite!
Jacket | Donna Morgan
Monday’s are hard, so don’t make it harder on yourself by overthinking your outfit. A classic trench is fail-safe for fall, and It’s a great piece to help transition you into the cold winter temps. I love it with a basic white tee and ripped skinnys.
Where to Wear it: To grab groceries, run errands, go to class
Dress | Free People
Sweater dresses are a must for me when it comes around this time of year. What I love about this one are the sleeves. They’ve got a bell shape that actually fit the length of my arms, a cute little ruffle detail, and the varsity stripe makes it sporty which I always appreciate. Here I’m wearing it free-legged, but they could be paired with tights once the weather cools down.
Where to Wear it: Sports game, coffee run, happy hour
Bomber | BB Dakota
By midweek you may be tempted to reach for the Adidas track pants, but that’s what they want you to do. They don’t want you to look cute (*DJ Khaled Voice*). With this combo they won’t know what hit em. Ha! But for real, looking your best can be the boost you need to get through the rest of the week. A statement jacket and shoe can do just the trick.
Where to Wear it: Date night, campus organization meeting, class
Sweater | Free People
It can be expected that most people will swap their t-shirt and jean shorts for a sweater and jean pants when this time of year comes around, but you don’t have to be like everyone else. You’ll forget you’re even wearing the typical fit with such a unique sweater and jeans such as these. I am all about standing out when it comes to dressing. I like to be a part from the crowd. If you’re the same way look at the details: i.e. materials (this sweater is a combo of a sweatshirt material and velvet) and denim accents (rips in untypical places).
Where to Wear it: Family dinner, shopping, city exploring
Jumpsuit | BCBG
This is a classic example of how to transition your summer clothes into fall. My secret? Just add a turtleneck. Here I’ve done it with this culotte jumpsuit, but the same can be applied with dresses, skirts, etc. Also, side note: These boots are the bomb diggity. I bought them in the middle of summer when they were on sale, and It was a great decision. They’ve served be well in the rain, but they’re also just great for all weather and go with everything. I found them at Nine West.
Where to Wear it: Dinner with the girls, museum visit, client meeting
Dress | Free People
Yay! We made it to Saturday, time to celebrate and hit the town. This dress is sexy, but also practical for fall temps. The velvet material keeps you warm as well as the length. If It ever got lower than the 70/80 degree weather we’ve been having (not sure whether to celebrate a never ending summer or cry because our planet is getting worse and worse), I’d add a turtleneck and/or a better insulated jacket.
Where to Wear it: Jazz club, birthday dinner, gallery opening
Sweatpants | Free People
You know I had to add the athleisure in here somewhere. What better day to do it than Sunday? I enjoy running, but if you just want to look the part, this look is for you too. How fun are these pink camo sweatpants?! What I love about this new movement towards athletic streetwear as everyday wear is it’s so adaptable. I can imagine these pants with a white button down and the shoes from Saturday’s look or with sneakers and a crop top like I have it here.
Where to Wear it: On the track, running errands, chilling around the house
So what do you think? Do any of these looks resonate with you? What are you excited to be wearing this fall?