One of the many reasons why I love fall fashion is the fact that you can easily mix and match pieces for ‘new’ outfits. One, because your wardrobe for the season can consist of classic styles (that can still make a trendy outfit) and two, it is layering weather after all!
This means that shopping for fall doesn’t have to be stressful, as long as you invest in the right items. So we rounded up exactly what you should have and believe it or not, just the 10 items below can easily make over 8 different outfits!
A v-kneck sweater is a must since you can pair it with some jeans and sneakers for a casual look, or dress it up with a satin midi skirt and belt.
A basic white tee is a wardrobe essential. You can wear it with leggings, jeans, pretty much anything and can easily be layered with am anorak or moto jacket.
Just these pants alone can be styled with so many different tops and shoes, making them a staple piece.
You can never go wrong with a lightweight jacket, especially when the weather is unpredictable. This one can be paired with leggings and a tee as shown above or even over a dress.
Just because it is no longer summer, doesn’t mean you can’t still wear dresses. This maxi one will still keep you warm since it is longer and has sleeves. Make sure to wear it with booties to make it more of a fall outfit.
Cropped wide-leg jeans are a trend that isn’t going anywhere. This cream color will match with so many other fall colors and they are super comfortable!
Need a dressier look? No worries! Wear this under a leather jacket with jeans and booties and you are good to go.
I don’t know about you, but the color of this dress screams fall and we love it. Pair with tights and booties for a perfect transitional outfit.
Not only can you wear this sweater with leggings or jeans, but also try layering it over the white tee above for a different look.
We can’t get enough of the faux leather leggings. They easily elevate your look all while being flattering and comfortable.
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