It’s been a couple weeks since I have done a Fall Fashion post, and I’ve missed it! Doing these “fashion” posts are a good excuse for me to shop my closet and come up with new to me, yet very easy outfits. I need to look pulled together, but be comfortable in my everyday wear.
This Fall Fashion post is inspired by the beautiful looks I’ve seen on Pinterest (collage below – the bottom left is my personal favorite). I noticed they all had on similar looks: a longer cardigan, a t-shirt, and jeans with a belt. That look fit perfectly into my personal style, so I wanted to come up with a few outfits with the same look. I’m definitely adding a longer cardigan, plus a patterned cardigan with waterfall lapel to my Christmas wish list!
I think this look is the perfect time to wear an older, loose, comfy tee, or even raid your husband’s closet for a loose-fitting t-shirt! I am a big fan of men’s white v-neck undershirts in size small, so I will certainly be pairing one of those under a cardigan this Fall and Winter. Nobody would know, right? The shirt I have on in this picture is really too fitted. Next time I will go for the looser tee look. The second look below has a looser t-shirt.
This is the ideal kind of Fall layering. The sweater could come off if it is hot, but you could add a scarf or a jacket if it’s cool. I started off wearing a scarf because it was cold in the morning, then I took it off when it warmed up.
Real Straight Distressed Jeans Gap (unable to find them on their site, unfortunately) // Cardigan Old Navy // T-shirt Old Navy // Scarf (similar) H&M // Belt (old) Old Navy similar Gap // Ankle Boots Aldo // Watch Nordstrom // Essie Berry Naughty Target
The look below is another one I pulled from items in my closet. This sweater is OLD y’all! It is from Express years ago, but I decided to keep it, and I’m glad I did. It is a great, chunky, off white cardigan and perfect for cold days. That paired with an old, loose-fitting gray v-neck seems like an ideal combo. Oh, and these leopard flats! I found them at Off Broadway, and they are made with Dr. Scholl’s inserts inside, meaning they are super easy on your feet. I love them and plan to get a whole lot of wear out of them. I bought them on sale, and they were around $35, $50 regular price.
Thank you for reading! I hope this gives you some inspiration for laid-back Fall fashion. Now, go shop your closet and see how many outfits you can style with your existing wardrobe.