Fall Fashion Tips

Fall Fashion Tips

The days are becoming shorter and the nights longer, getting colder. Don’t worry! This article will help you look great for fall.

How to Choose the Right Clothes

It would be best if you planned layering on your clothes. 

  • Extreme temperature swings characterize the fall season. The mornings will be cold, the afternoons hot, and the evenings cool. You may not have time to change clothes if you work all day or are at school. Layers are the best option to deal with this. You can remove layers as the weather warms. Layers are a great way of staying comfortable in transitional weather.

Layer your shirts. 

  • You might consider wearing a long-sleeved shirt or short-sleeved shirt if you live in cooler climates during the fall. These can be worn over cardigans or under lacy tank tops. Turtlenecks, button-up shirts, and blouses are also options. Tank tops and short-sleeve shirts are good options if you live in warmer climates. These are just a few more suggestions:
    • A lacy tank top can be worn under a long-sleeved shirt featuring a scooped neckline. You will get a feminine look and warmth from the lace that peeks out under your neckline.
    • A button-up plaid shirt can be worn over a white tank or short-sleeved top. This shirt can be paired with jeans and work boots for a classic autumn look.
    • Layer knitted or knitted jumpers over long-sleeved shirts and tights.

Choose appropriate outerwear. 

  • Autumn’s mornings and evenings are typically colder than the afternoons. You should wear something you can take off easily, so layer your shirt over it. Here are some ideas:
      • Light coats, cardigans, and sweaters are best if you live in a warm area in the fall. Do not wear anything too warm or thick.
      • If you are looking for a timeless piece that you can wear over and over, a leather jacket is the best choice.
      • Consider wearing a jacket or long trenchcoat if you live in colder areas. Cardigans and heavier coats are also options.
      • Hoodies can be worn in all weather conditions, and they can be tied around the waist when it gets too hot.

Wear long trousers and skirts. 

  • Layering shorter skirts and shorts with dark-coloured tights or leggings can make them more fashionable. Fall is best for long jeans and dark-coloured pants. These are just a few ideas:
        • You can wear slim jeans and tuck them in a pair of boots.
        • A pair of dark solid-coloured tights or leggings with a wool or Tweed skirt can be paired.

Wear sneakers and boots. 

  • Fall is the best time to ditch your flip flops, wedges, sandals and pumps. Wear boots, sneakers, or close-toed shoes instead. Here are some suggestions:
          • Get cosy and comfy with Uggs or any fur-lined, bulky boots.
          • A pair of Doc Martens, other combat, military or work boots are ideal for cool and damp fall.
          • You can wear canvas shoes if you live in warmer climates during fall.
          • You can also sport fashionable riding boots, knee-high boots or calf-length boots.

Select the right colour. 

  • Fall is a time when the weather begins to cool down. Therefore, it’s best to wear darker and more neutral colours. Avoid bright and vivid colours like neons, pastels, whites, and even pastels. These colours are best for fall:
            • Dark colours include burgundies and plums.
            • Neutral colours include browns, greys and blacks.
            • Earth tones include browns, tans and beiges, forest greens, dark greens and olive greens.
            • Warm colours inspired by fall leaves include creams, gold and bronze, and dark reds and dark oranges.

Select the right patterns 

  • Certain patterns are more closely associated with falls than others. Bright, cheery tropical flowers, such as hibiscus, will bring back memories of spring or summer but may not look right at home on a rainy fall day. Plaid and Houndstooth work well for fall. However, they are more reserved and melancholy, which works well with the cool weather.
            • Consider wearing dark florals instead. Dark florals are anything that has a black background, navy background, plum background, or burgundy. Roses, thistle and pansies are all great choices for fall flowers.

Select the right fabric. 

  • It would be best if you had something that would keep you warm. Avoid silks, linens, and other light pieces of cotton. They are too light for fall and are often associated with warmer temperatures. These fabrics are best suited for fall:
              • Leather
              • Flannel and felt
              • Cashmere wool
              • Corduroy, denim, and chambray
              • Cotton
              • Lace

Wear boots with jeans. 

  • Both will keep you warm when the temperature drops. However, skinny jeans look great tucked into jeans, while boot-cut jeans look better when worn over the boots. These are just a few more ideas.
                • Wear skinny jeans with black or brown knee-high riding shoes. The outfit can be completed with a white shirt and a plaid button-up shirt.
                • Boot cut jeans can be worn over work boots. Avoid tucking the jeans into the boots as they will add bulk. This pair is best paired with a long-sleeve, scoop-necked shirt.
                • Layer skirts, dresses, and leggings over tights. Pair them with dark-coloured tights, leggings, and boots for a chic, quick look.

Get out your outerwear. 

  • Fall brings cooler temperatures, but that doesn’t mean you should ditch your favourite tank or short-sleeved shirt. A chic, fitted jacket or cardigan can keep you warm while still wearing your favourite shirt. It can be paired with a lightweight sweatshirt or hoodie. These are just a few more options:
                  • There are many lengths of cardigans. A long cardigan can be worn unbuttoned and secured around the waist by a belt. The look can be completed with a pair of tall boots and skinny jeans.
                  • A corduroy or tweed jacket is a good choice. You can add texture to your outfit.
                  • Keep warm if you live in a colder area. You can wear a long coat or a trench coat. You can find jackets without linings if you live in a warmer region.

Layer your shirts. 

  • A tank top can be worn underneath a cardigan or long-sleeve shirt to keep you warm in the mornings. You can remove the cardigan and outer shirt as the weather warms up. These are just a few ideas:
  • Layer a lacy shirt with a tank top of a similar colour.
  • You can wear a tank or short-sleeved top if you live in a cooler area.
  • A button-up shirt can be worn with a knit shirt. You can choose to wear a tank, a short-sleeved or long-sleeved top, depending on the temperature in your region. Layering will keep your body warm in the morning and allow you to remove the button-up shirt when the temperature drops.

Mix and match. 

  • Fall is all about contrast. Summer turns into winter, death to life, and warmth to cold. You can mix textures and pair solids with patterns or lights with darks. These are just a few ideas to help you get started.
  • Pair leather with lace. Because they are so different, the two textures go well together.
  • You can also mix and match textures by pairing knit boot cuffs, leather boots, or solid-coloured leggings with them.
  • Wear a dark-coloured shirt under a light-coloured sweater.
  • Mix and match patterns such as a button-up shirt in red plaid with a white shirt underneath or a dark-floral skirt paired with a black, lacy shirt.
  • A boho blouse can be paired with skinny jeans and boots by pairing it with skinny jeans. A wide belt or silk scarf will secure the blouse around your waist.


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