Fall is here!
I am SO excited. I love everything about fall. The smell of autumn, the colder weather, and especially the changing fashions.
I LIVE for autumn clothes. I love sweaters, boots, jeans... just everything. Looking cute and being comfortable is amazing.
But I don't know about y'all, but I don't always have the money to put together tons of outfits.
SO, I'm going to show you how to take 10 pieces and make 5 outfits.
For my ten pieces of fall clothing I used a: maroon sweater, chambray shirt, sky-blue chiffon shirt, floral tank, maroon dress, army-green shorts, striped light blue shorts, black circle skirt, Steve Madden brown combat boots, blue VANS(not pictured), and Steve Madden tri-colored sandals.*
*Links to pieces- may vary from original but are similar in style.
For this first look I used army-green shorts, a floral tank, a chambray shirt, and blue VANS.
Texas weather can be bipolar, so fall weather can sometimes feel like summer and sometimes like winter.
So, for the warmer days I'm crazy about the combination of army-green shorts with the floral tank. The colors look amazing together and they are fall colors too. It's light enough for the weather but it still reminds you that it is Autumn. The chambray shirt can be added for the cooler days or just for the fact that it's adorable. I finished the look with my worn out VANS; they're comfortable and they give the outfit a relaxed vibe.
This outfit is definitely casual; it can be worn to school, to a trip to the mall, or just a lazy day around the house.
In the second outfit I used a maroon sweater, army-green shorts, and tri-colored sandles.
I would live in sweaters 24/7 if I could. And I love this maroon one. It's comfy, relaxed, but it doesn't make you look sloppy. I paired it with the army-green shorts because the color combination worked well together. I finished the look with my silver, bronze, and gold sandals.
This outfit can be worn on the warmer days, as well as the cooler ones. I can picture someone in an outfit like this hanging out with friends or going on a coffee run.
For the third outfit I used a chambray top, a maroon dress, and tri-colored sandals.
I started with a maroon dress, it's sheer in the back so I had my friend throw the chambray top on too.
And I fell in love.
Then I added my tri-colored sandals to finish the look, making it a little girlier. To make it less girly you could wear combat boots, VANS, or KEDS instead of sandals.
This outfit is a little nicer, maybe wear it for a friend's birthday, a nicer family dinner, or on a date. But if you really wanted to it would probably work for school.
Outfit 4 is by far my favorite. I used a chambrary top, a floral tank, a black circle skirt, and my tri-colored sandals.
I love circle skirts, I think they're something every girl should have in their closet. They can be dressed up or down, and they are so comfy.
For this look I used my floral tank and sky-blue chiffon top and tucked them into the skirt. Then polished the look off with the tri-colored sandals.
This is an outfit that can be worn to school, on a date, while hanging out with friends; basically everywhere.
The final outfit is a combination of a sky-blue chiffon top, a white undershirt, light blue shorts with white stripes, and brown combat boots.
The shorts are amazing, they're different. And the sky blue chiffon matches perfectly, but doesn't clash because it's see-through. I added the combat boots to add some "pop" to the outfit.
If attempting this outfit at home you can pair an outfit like this with sandals or cute tennis shoes.
This outfit can also be worn basically everywhere.
Thanks to my good friend, Chai Murthy, who modeled for me.Here's her advice on fashion for girls our age.
"Jean Jackets and Chiffon are my go to's. They're so comfortable and so popular right now. But be careful when trying out the popular fashions, the needy look is not cute," Murthy said. "Just remember this: Never put two patterns together. There is no excuse. Keep it classy ladies."
With ten pieces of clothing you can make at least five outfits, the possibilies are endless...