With fall comes plaid. Of all the prints synonymous with fall this graphic pattern is as fresh and chic as ever. It is timeless, versatile, and available in a myriad of flattering color palettes.
Getting my fall look in check(s) in this pair of plaid trousers. It is the most accessible way to tap into the plaid trend and get it right. Straight legs are great with a pair of ankle boot or try wide-leg pants with all-white sneakers for a super cool look. Pair with a cozy turtle neck sweater and you are good to go.
Scroll down for more plaid looks to get you inspired.
After an amazing break, it’s back to the grind and getting dressed lately for work every day has proven to be a bit of a personal challenge for me. I decided to look for a street style tailored set that could incorporate all of the winter basics I already have in my closet. If you can relate, then you’re going to love this two piece tailored blazer and pants set from H&M as much as I do.
these 2 pieces with basic layering turtlenecks and mixing and matching with faux
leather pants and ankle boots has proven to be the perfect winter work wardrobe
No matter what kind of dress code your office requires, there is sure to be at least one look out of the 3 below that will resonate with you. Do you find mixing and matching tailored sets easier as well? What are your tips for getting out of a style rut dressing for work? Looking forward to reading your comments.
Not everyone can go and purchase a completely new wardrobe every time the seasons change, but there are ways to get out of a style slump without spending your entire paycheck on new clothes. Here are 3 ways you can revamp old pieces with new shoes and accessories.
Plaid You’re Here! Not sure how to coordinate your plaid with other pieces in your wardrobe? Start with a piece in black and white and add a pop of fall color. Mix and Match your plaid pieces, add a bit of glam with jewelry, bold lips, and a bit of effortlessness with natural looking hair.
2. Floral Print Pick a floral print that is darker and moodier than the ones you’ve been wearing in the spring and summer. And it’s not just limited to dresses, but there are also tons of shirts, pants, skirts, accessories, and shoes all bringing in the floral print in different ways to the season.
3. Add a pop of color! A pop of color is just fun. I just love how red adds just the right amount of razzmatazz to all of these looks.
Over time, having a few go-tos in your mind can turn into rotating outfits that re-define your entire style. What are your tips and trick to rework your fall closet?
Happy first day of Autumn / Fall Lovelies?? Although it does not feel like it in Boston today with temps in the eighties☀️
A few weeks ago I did a post on styling a slip dress that could easily transition from Summer to Fall with minimal effort. I found another laid-back denim Summer time favorite in my closet that can work in the Fall as well ~ Overalls. Yes, overalls can be an easy, go-to outfit that is paired with a simple tee and sandals. However, with the right layering overalls can just as easily be transitioned into the cool-weather season.
Striped Tee and Booties
It’s super easy to put together, and I always loves how stripes add a little bit of Parisian flare to any outfit.
With a plaid shirt and a Wide-Brim Hat
For the ultimate Fall look —overalls, a loose-fitting plaid shirt, and a wide-brim hat. Depends on the temps, overalls are perfect for layering. I started off wearing my plaid shirt in the morning, but as the got warmer I just tied the shirt around my waist.
Under a Cardigan
For a dressy, yet casual look, overalls can be paired with a classic form fitting black top, cardigan and booties.
Finish off any of these overall ensembles with some stylish accessories (shoes, purse, jewelry) and you have yourself a look that’s effortless and fashionable.
What summer piece are you looking forward to transitioning to fall?
Photo Credit: Andrew Swaine
Below are a few more overall pieces you can transition into fall: