It’s boot season and whether or not you are in a climate that has already cooled to breezy fall temperatures or enjoying extended warm summer weather, it’s time to start investing in your boot collection for the turn of the season. While it may be a bit bittersweet to put your strappy sandals and open-toed mules in the back of your closet, making room for new boot staples will kickstart your fall wardrobe turn over and spark your creativity for the new season. Take a look at 5 boot styles to invest in this season to complete your cold weather footwear collection.
Mid, Knee, & Over-the-Knee Boots
Square-Toe, Chunky Heel Bootie
Pointed-Toe, Kitten Heel Bootie
On the opposite end of the spectrum detailed above, a chic pointed-toe, kitten heel bootie is the cold-weather version of a classic pump. This smart bootie pairs well with any style, from skinny to wide-leg silhouettes.
Lace-Up, Chunky Boot
Think Dr. Martens or combat boots, the lace-up chunky boot may just be the most practical trend this season. The all-weather, all-terrain footwear has received a sophisticated update and it will no longer look like a pair of construction boots, but an edgy addition to your fall look.
Classic Chelsea Booties
When it comes to seasonal textiles, leather is sure to come to mind for the fall season. Let’s be honest; could it get more classic than a moto jacket?! Although this textile itself may not be entirely groundbreaking, what is groundbreaking is the many ways in which we are seeing leather worn this fall season! Leather jackets will always be a cooler weather staple and a quick way to step up the chic-factor of any outfit, but this F/W19 is all about incorporating other, unique, silhouettes into your wardrobe! Whether you like to keep it faux or prefer the real thing, here are a few ways to to try the trend out yourself and instantly elevate your style game, one leather piece at a time!
Not-so-Basic Button Down
Feminine, yet Edgy
Bye Bye, Denim
A “Head-to-Toe” Moment
As we start to head into the fall season it can be easy to feel the need to pack away your summer wardrobe and pull out all of your cozy, cooler weather staples. But before you deep dive into your closet and begin this transition, there are a few ways to incorporate some of your most-loved summer styles into your new season line-up, especially before it cools down completely! Go ahead and pack away your swimsuits and mini dresses, but keep that silky midi dress and your worn-in denim shorts around a bit longer. Here are five stylish looks that perfectly demonstrate how to incorporate some summer staples into your fall-ready wardrobe!
Did you catch Jennifer’s latest blog post about wearing white denim post Labor Day?! Well, white denim is here to stay and these summer jeans are a great piece to add some contrast to a deep hued knit!
Classic Crop Top
Silky Midi Dress
Statement sleeves are by no means a new trend but with the arrival of fall and cooler temperatures, we will be wearing more sleeved tops and layers. A voluminous sleeve adds a unique flair to your fall and winter wardrobes. A statement sleeve is such so much easier to pull off than other typical avant-garde trends that are reserved for red carpets and Instagram influencer content. From big and bold to subtle details, a piece with statement sleeves is a fun way to break up the monotony of the fall uniform of sweaters and jeans and add a bit of drama to your look.
Puffy Fall Flair
Ruffle Some Feathers
Classic With a Twist
Add Some Puff
Layer Your Sleeves
Worried that big, billowy sleeves will get in the way of keeping warm because you can’t layer a jacket atop? The simple solution is to layer a thing long sleeve knit under for an extra layer of warmth.
Don’t shoot the messenger, but with August 1st literally around the corner, we will soon be inundated with fashion for the upcoming fall season, both online and in stores. As much as I love fall style, it’s my absolute favorite season for getting dressed, I understand that researching fall styles is a bit hard with the triple-digit weather we have been experiencing recently. So, I’ve bitten the bullet for you and rounded up 5 styles to look forward to next season. This fall is all about classic style, meaning you either already have it in your closet or you’ll be investing in pieces that you will be able to wear for seasons to come. Take a look at 5 classic fall styles to begin shopping for and investing in now.
Square Toe Boots
As the temperatures rise, bags seem to get smaller, i.e. the belt bag trend. So as it would go, as the temperatures lower in the fall, the bags will be getting larger. Invest in a roomy, versatile tote bag this fall to carry all your essentials.