Monday, October 24, 2016

Fall Wardrobe Staples

This morning the weather felt borderline winter as opposed to fall but by the end of the day it'll heat back up and that won't be the case. As much as I adore fall sometimes dressing for the early part of it can be a challenge since there can be a drastic change in degrees of temperature throughout the day. There are specific pieces in my wardrobe, particularly during fall, that I absolutely could not imagine not having to reach for in the morning while getting dressed. This may just be due to my love of school uniforms (and embarrassment of missing them sometimes in college) but it is so nice to have pieces that you can rely on to always look put together in an outfit with minimal effort. With that in mind I thought it could be so fun to share some of my fall wardrobe staples with y'all. These are all pieces that are reached for frequently from my closet and are great basics to have to work with when creating outfits. Whether you're looking to do a bit of online shopping for cute fall pieces or trying to establish more of a wardrobe based on timeless pieces that are easy to mix and match these work for both and are no fail items to throw on during these crisp fall months. While you can certainly find variations in all of these pieces the items I've included in this image are specific items I own that are currently available!

What would you add to this list? 


  1. I love the cream quilted jacket!


  2. I've never been a fan of duck boots, but this season they've grown on me

  3. I love all of your choices especially the grey flared skirt. Have a great weekend! Jess at Just Jess

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