I’m all for embracing trends like statement sleeves, velvet & embroidery, but most often when I find myself admiring another woman’s look, it’s a simple combination of timeless pieces that looks chic & put together. Sometimes it’s best not to try & reinvent the wheel and instead stick with wardrobe staples that will stand the test of time. Today I’m sharing four classic fall outfit combinations & I’m recreating them with affordable pieces that you can shop now!
Trench Coat // Striped Top // Dark Wash Jeans // Neck Scarf // Black Loafers
Camel Cardigan // White Camisole // Ponte Leggings // Leopard Pumps // Coin Pendant Necklace
Crewneck Sweater // Plaid Shirt (another option here) // Skinny Jeans // Saddle Bag // Suede Booties
Wool Blazer // Button-Down Shirt // Faux Leather Pants // Striped Clutch // Strappy Pumps
These are great Fall pieces! Love the layering!
Deanna Debrecht says
I love reading your blog with my morning coffee…it’s the first one I go to, and I love the inspiration I get. I think I can put together most of these outfits with stuff already in my closet (some bought on your recommendation!) Now, if it would just stay cooler in NC so I can break out the fall boots and sweaters!
Aww, I love hearing this – that makes me so happy!
I totally agree….find your style, your basics and keep mixing them. Love your blog!
The Modern Savvy says
TOtally love this inspiration, and you’re so right. Likely why I love your style so much (in addition to just adoring you in general!). So many good looks to replicate here.
I love your ideas! I cannot even think about fall dressing right now, it’s over 100 here today and for the rest of the week. And my apartment has no AC. So…those sweaters will stay in storage a while longer. 🙂
Oh my goodness – where do you live?! That’s awful – I’m so sorry!!
We live near Los Angeles. We’re in the middle of a pretty bad heat wave. 🙁
Oh yes – I have family in the LA area and it has been awful!
natalie rumore says
Yep, it’s pretty bad here in LA. August always seems to be the hottest month. But I’m so loving your recreations of classic Fall outfits – just wish we could dress like that more than just a few months of the year 🙁
Great styling! Can’t wait for sweater season!
nancy baten says
I definitely have top buy myself a fantastic trenchcoat!
all so classic and amazing! I can’t wait for cooler temps!
Deborah Sacchi says
I love the beige cable sweater! Could you post info about it? Love your blog.
I wish I knew – I spent an hour going down the rabbit hole on Pinterest and couldn’t find it! Hopefully I’ll be able to locate a similar style once we get further into the fall season!
Amy Smith says
The link to the camel cardigan doesn’t seem to be working for me.. 🙁 Could you re-post the link?
Sorry about that – here you go! https://www.kohls.com/product/prd-2901251/womens-napa-valley-long-raglan-cardigan.jsp?color=Winter%20Garden&prdPV=1
Yvonne Ashon says
Great great combos. love it.
“most often when I find myself admiring another woman’s look, it’s a simple combination of timeless pieces” I agree completely!!! Thank you so much for this wonderful post! Fall is my favorite time of the year for fashion as well as everything else (crisp weather, festivals, shorter days, LAYERING), and I’m not as into many of the current trends (ruffles, bell sleeves, off the shoulder, etc) so this post was perfect. And I agree with another commenter that I can already create most of these looks thanks to purchases recommended by you! Thanks!
Had a lunch event to attend today and had no idea what to wear. Saw your posting and loved the “Wool Blazer // Button-Down Shirt // Faux Leather Pants // Striped Clutch // Strappy Pumps” outfit. Put together something similar from items in my own closet and it worked out perfectly. Thanks so much!
Oh that makes me so happy to hear!! Thank you for taking the time to comment!
Hey! I’m really loving the bag in the image right below the title. Do you know where that is from?
I went down the rabbit hole on Pinterest trying to locate the original source and never could find it – sorry!
Oh! No problem! thanks so much for replying. Love your blog:)