So it seems that fall and its weather has already left Missouri. :( It's quite unbelievable that snow has already fallen for multiple days in a row. I didn't even get to fully enjoy fall weather because it never really made an appearance. When it was supposed to be fall weather it was close to 80 degrees, where were the nice 55-65 degree weather days?! I still want to share some of my favorite fall outfits with you for when the snow disappears or if you are lucky and experiencing fall weather now. I hope you are inspired by these outfits and recreate them with clothes in your own closet.
The first outfit is one of my favorites and I have worn it way too many times to be honest. It is very comfortable and fashionable and I feel confident while I'm wearing it. I'm wearing high-waisted dark denim jeans, a cream rolled neck sweater, and an army green vest. I have wanted one of these vests for the longest time and now that I have one I feel the need to wear it all the time. I usually forget about accessories until after the fact but I did pair this outfit with a nice tan purse. This purse is the perfect size for all my essentials; my phone, lipstick, money, and snacks. I don't go anywhere without my snacks so I'm glad I can still fit them in a purse this size. This is a perfect outfit for gold accessories. Rings, a necklace, and some earring would've taken this outfit to the next level.
I am a huge fan of the corduroy overall dress for the fall months and I'm excited that I own one (*two, I bought another one the other day that's maroon). I paired my black overall dress pictured above with a thin gray turtleneck under it, and black booties. It feels like a more dressed up outfit but it is still super comfortable. To give my body more shape I added a belt around my waist so that I didn't look like a walking rectangle. This would be a good thanksgiving outfit because for some reason we all dress up and stand around the kitchen. This is one of my favorite things besides all the turkey, rolls, and mashed potatoes I consume. It's also a great transitional outfit because you can add a thicker sweater, tights/leggings, and taller boots when it gets colder.
The last outfit is super casual and comfortable. I'm wearing the same high-waisted dark wash jeans from the first outfit, a tan sweater that I tucked in, a green and tan flannel tied around my waist, and tan booties. This is the perfect outfit to throw on and run errands on any fall day. I usually don't like wearing jeans but this pair has a lot of stretch to them so I don't feel restricted and the wash of them goes with a lot of items in my wardrobe. This outfit also goes really well with gold accessories. I am a person that would prefer silver jewelry but during the fall gold jewelry seems to be what I pair with all of my outfits because I wear a lot of tan, green, maroon, and cream sweaters. The good thing about this outfit is that I can wear a variety of different sweaters with it and change up the look and feel of the entire outfit. Changing the shoes would even dress down the outfit even more. The possibilities are endless for all of the outfits and there are so many ways to make it your own.