Where most of us live, we can hardly differentiate between fall and winters. Both come around at the same time with a few days gap in between and often leave us without any clue as to what is it that we ought to wear.
So here is a fail-safe guide to dressing up for the fall season which shows hints of the wintery weathers as well but isn’t cold enough too.
Bare legs go for the fall season without seeming out of fashion. The weather doesn’t require a coat and thus you get a chance to put together a crepe shirt dress and pair it with a blanket scarf and also ankle boots. Go for dark contrasting colors when selecting your dress and scarves and your look for the season is complete and oh-so-chic!
For those windy fall days you can comfortably opt for leggings and pair them with boots. Couple the leggings with turtleneck sweaters or cowl neck versions. Make sure you choose a billowy short sleeved one as it’ll keep your body temperature (not your ensemble) from getting too hot to handle. And the best thing about short sleeved sweaters is the fact that you can accessories as much as you want.
Button Down Shirts
If you’d like to portray a casual and very cool look, go ahead and try a chambray button down shirt and pair it with a cotton jacket and some skinny jeans. Opt for the chambray shirt in ice blue tones and a brown cotton jacket would look simply amazing. If you’d like to accessorize, add a dainty layered chain necklace to go with it.
For days with the crisp cool autumn wind go for jackets with peplum cuts made from jersey. The fabric is good enough to keep you warm but not take the temperatures over the top. If you want you can experiment with knitted fabrics as well and pair your jackets with your favorite skinny jeans and heels to complete the look.
V Necked Knit Jackets
Go ahead and check out some princess paneling v necked jackets with long sleeves in your favorite color and pair them up with pencil skirts to complete the look and balance the outfit according to the season.