I am going to show you there of my favorite looks for fall! Fashion is where you are able to make a statement about yourself. Express yourself through the clothes you wear and feel confident in them!
This is my favorite fall look. Everything about this outfit screams my personality and my style. I love simple classic pieces and adding a ton of accessories to them. This outfit is a show stopper.
Every piece of clothing is from Torrid! This denim “dress” is actually a shirt that I made into a dress because I am so short. The shirt is trendy because of it’s ombre effect and perfect for any fall occasion. Because the shirt is very boxy, I chose to wear he belt from my Western Cowgirl Blog giving the outfit more of a fall vibe.
I went with grey knee high boots and tan knee high socks from Torrid that I bought last season to balance out the neutrals in the outfit.
Since it is floppy hat season, I decided to wear this tan/cream wool floppy hat from Torrid.
Plaid, Plaid, Plaid!
My first look was super fall, but this one is the icing on top! Everything about this outfit screams fall. My essential piece = plaid open “poncho”! It feels like a blanket wrapped around you!
I started the outfit off with a simple light long sleeve dress from Forever 21. This dress is light and thin enough that it does not feel too hot in. I decided to accessorize with my favorite bracelets from Alex and Ani and Lillian and Co.
The shoes stayed the same as the first look with tan knee high socks and grey knee high boots from Torrid!
Fashion Tip: I highly recommend shopping at Torrid if you need wide calf boots for the fall season. They are the cutest! So go check the out here!
DIY Alert: Wondering what is in the basket? Check out my 4 Easy Fall DIY’s to create it!
Last, but certainly not least, I tied the whole look together with my favorite burgundy floppy hat from a marketplace in New York. There are so many hat out there like this one!
I hope this blog inspired you to amp up you style for fall! Let me know if this blog gave you any inspiration! If you take any pictures like these, use the #fallingwithchey! It’s part of my fall series!
Thank you for reading!
Until the next blog,