It's officially fall! My previous posts were about spring and summer's attire. I showed you how you can wear your spring and summer pieces in the fall as well as winter. Sometimes we feel as if we need to buy a whole new wardrobe as the colder seasons approach, which isn't true. Below I will list a few essentials you should have in your wardrobe this fall season.
Every girl should have a nice pair of denim jeans. I suggest a pair of skinny jeans and a pair of boot cut jeans. This allows versatility with different looks. You can pair your skinny jeans with rider boots or pumps for the cooler months and wedges and sandals for the warmer months. You can pair the boot cuts with platform heels, sneakers or wedges year round so without wasting money denim jeans can be worn year round.
A classic blazer is essential to have in your wardrobe. This key piece can also be worn year round. In the warmer months you can wear during the day at your job and at night for a date night look. During the cooler months you can layer with a sweater or maybe a longtime cardigan or jacket.
A classic skirt is another essential piece to add to your wardrobe. This piece can be dressed up and down and of course worn year round. You can layer as well as take away. This look is also chic and edgy at the same time, depending on your style preference for that day. As seen I decided to wear a pleated skirt and layer with a longline cardigan and nice pumps. This look is chic but also has a little edge with the different prints added. (Your skirt can be any color)
Yes a tshirt! I'm not just referring to a $7.99 tshirt. I am talking about the tshirt which is of great quality to last more than one season. You can dress a tshirt up or down. You can add statement jewelry in the warmer season and during the cooler season you can layer with jackets or tops. This item is very important to have in your wardrobe because it's easy to style, not to mention you can make it look very expensive.
JACKET: (Nasty Gal, Old)
SWEATER: (Thrift Store)
SKIRT: (Zara, Sold Out)
HEELS: (Tony Bianco, Old)