Recently, we already posted an article about Top 10 items you need this Fall. For those who may be interested, here we prepared a quick guide that covers just 10 key pieces that can make a huge impact on your wardrobe. It’s easy to lose sight of trends, so it is important to focus on the ones that will last. You’ll find both the more expensive pieces and the ones that are worth your investment. Both will keep your wardrobe looking fresh this fall.
- Sweater vest
Sweater vests continue to be a popular trend. One that is really intriguing to us is the knitted Vest. One we could see ourselves wearing is over a shirt dress, cinching at the waist. For a chic, casual look, you can style it over leggings as a tunic.
- Shearling Slides
Fashion is always interesting when it combines the best of fashion and comfort. Shearling slides are our favorite. They are soft and comfortable and easy to slip on if you’re in hurry.
- Houndstooth Blazer
It’s not obvious, but we cannot get enough of the Houndstooth Blazer! We have been wearing them regularly. The Anine Bing blazer doubles as a coat, while the Express one gives serious Balmain vibes.
- Quilted handbag
Bottega Veneta’s quilted handbag is another popular style. If you already have a lot of classic bags, but want to add some flair to your fall wardrobe, this is a great item to buy.
- Relaxed denim
This is the cheapest way to update your look this season. You’ll look effortless cool, no matter if you choose a straight or slender leg.
- Leather Shacket
You already have a few plaid shackets. But, with leather being so popular, now is a great time to add a faux or real version. It can be worn with biker shorts or layered with leggings with split hems.
- The Brown Coat
It offers a refreshing change from the traditional gray and camel tones. It’s also a great way to embrace this trending color without being too committed.
- Lug sole Chelsea Boots
The chelsea boot is a great option if you already own a solid collection of combat boots. This versatile staple can be worn with jeans, leggings, or dresses.
- Faux Leather Joggers
Faux leather joggers are the way to go. Forget about leather leggings and biker jackets. For a more elevated look, style them with heels.
- Structured Knee-High Boots
These boots are smart investments because they will always be in your wardrobe, even when temperatures drop. This kind of boots looks great with midi-length skirts or dresses, but they also look amazing over jeans or leggings.