Which Fall Looks Are You Excited to Try?

denim on  denim; the texas tuxedo; meredith melling burke

Fall is right around the corner (I can hardly believe it, but at the same time I’m excited for fall fashion and cozy sweaters!). Which brings up the question: Which looks are you excited about for fall?

Here are a few looks and trends I’m itching to try…

…starting with the Texas Tuxedo. Meredith Melling Burke makes denim on denim look effortlessly cool in a Love Story kind of way, don’t you think?

My style crush Mira Duma has opened my eyes to the possibilities of overalls. In a deep oxblood hue and supple leather, she elevates the ’90s staple to chic new heights. Would you dare try overalls this autumn?

Poppy pink pants are popping up for fall and it’s a hue I’ve long loved. And it’s especially fun that bubblegum pink is so unexpected for fall. Would you go pink this fall?

Speaking of pants with pep, patterned pants are huge this season, from florals to polka dots. I’m dying to try both. How about you?

And speaking of polka dots, polka dot sweaters are all the rage and I’m excited to add to my collection (which sorely lacks a sweater). How about you? Do you think this trend is spot-on?

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4 thoughts on “Which Fall Looks Are You Excited to Try?

  1. Fred Baby

    The bright pants are fun! I noticed shopping (with a certain lovely fashion blogger I know) that colored pants are seeming to a trend for men. Any suggestions on which colors are OK and how to pull off the look?

    BTW: You would look great in that seater!

  2. Lily

    Polka dots for sure – I’m obsessed right now. And denim on denim, and burgundy, and printed pants, and peplum, and the list goes on 🙂

  3. Nic

    Can I say everything? hehe The overall trend may be hardest for me to get into just because it reminds me of college days. Although I certainly didn’t have a pair in leather 😉



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