If the end of summer has you feeling more than a little bummed, rest assured that your style doesn’t have to suffer from the changing of seasons and school years. In fact, now that fall is rolling back around, the weather will actually cooperate with your favorite fashion mantra of “all black everything.” With these five outfits to inspire your fall style, you may just forget why you missed summer so much to begin with!
If you’ve got a serious case of '90s nostalgia, this outfit is for you. With updated takes on the classic choker, perfectly ripped jeans and a killer leather jacket, you’ll be feeling fall in no time! Plus, you’ll love being able to toss everything from your phone to your agenda in a perfectly sized bucket bag, like the one we picked out here.
Can’t be bothered to completely change your outfit when heading to class from the gym? Girl, we get it. Let everyone know that you work hard and play hard with a cheeky tank and Fitbit’s newest Alta activity tracker. Oh, and pass the wine, please?
À la français
They say French is the language of love, but everyone knows that fashion is the real way to your heart. Take style cues from les Parisiennes by adding a pair of classic culottes to your wardrobe. Plus, layering a strappy cami over a white tee shirt is a more weather-appropriate take on summer’s favorite slip-dress layering trend. Accessories like a quilted leather backpack and pearl pennant choker give this look the ultimate balance of style and functionality for wherever work or classes take you.
If you’re splitting your time this semester between campus and the office, you need an outfit that will take you from place to place with ease. Forget about staining another white blouse, and instead opt for this trench coat-inspired belted A-line dress. Accessorize with a silk scarf, your favorite pair of sunnies and the perfect carry-all tote and you’re good to go.
Coachella. Lolla. Firefly. So many music festivals and so long until next year’s lineups are released. Mourn summer and the passing of your favorite festivals with an outfit straight out of a music video. A floppy hat and a fringed kimono add the perfect amount of drama to style staples you probably already have in your closet.