Tomorrow is the first day of fall! Ugh, I’m so happy. Over the past few weeks, I’ve been trying to resist jumping straight into spooky season, but nothing is stopping me now. I’ve been loving my daily apple cider, making pumpkin chocolate chip cookies, and most of all shopping. Today, I’ll be sharing my top five fall closet essentials. These are my most worn, go-to pieces that I cannot live without during these cooler months.
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I’m going to make an educated guess and say I wear a cardigan 6/7 days of the week. Who doesn’t love them? Seriously, please let me know. I’ll make it my life’s mission to convince them of their amazingness.
Okay, confession time. I’m not a huge jeans girl. Like, before this past month, I’ve only purchased two pairs of jeans since 2013. Honestly, I just rather wear a dress. But, now that I’m working from home and my wardrobe has become drastically more causal, I figured I needed to invest in some cute and comfortable jeans. And, obvy, mom jeans were my first choice.
I don’t care if they are heels or flats, get a pair of booties. Last year, I bought my favorite pair of booties from Target and OMG, I wore them nonstop. Booties are great because they can be worn in almost every situation. Trip to target? Wear a cute pair of booties. Going out to eat? Just put on a cute pair of booties. Dresses, jeans, leggings? You can wear a pair of booties. End Rant.
Floral are my favorite and I love to wear them year round. Pairing florals with darker and more neutral tones, will help the pattern transition flawlessly from summer into fall.
This is my newest closest essential. I’m traditionally strictly a pearl wearer, but I’ve been feeling a little edgy lately. I’m convinced gold was designed to be worn in the fall -it’s the perfect complement to a fall wardrobe.
What are your fall closet essentials? What trends are you obsessed with this season?
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