Fall: it’s the coziest—and trendiest—time of the year. Whether you’re looking for some #SweaterWeather inspo, or some autumnal flannels, we got ya covered! Here are some of the best #lewks of the szn so you can- wait, Matt, you haven’t done the photoshoot yet? You said you would have it done by now. No, I said I would have this article done by this week. Alright, it’s fine, I guess we’ll make it work.
Here are the hottest trends of this #Fall #Fashion #Szn!
- Denim Overalls. A pair of overalls paired with this cutie of a tank top would be perfect as the weather gets cool! They’re the perfect addition to any woman’s wardrobe!
2. Patterned Scarves. As it gets cooler outside, your body will say “Yas, Queen!” when you walk out of the house with this accent piece! A well-paired scarf can draw attention to anything you want it to, if you’re picking up what I’m putting down. Doesn’t this just scream, “Oy, mista, buy a newspaper for only a tuppence”?
3. Cowboy boots. Yee-haw! This town is big enough for the two of them (boots). Anyone can rock a sleek pair of these bad boys (whether your gender identity is blonde-lady-big-skirt or Dorito-shaped-gun-man). It’s fall, go get ’em, pardner!
4. Turtleneck sweaters. Nothing screams autumn like a durable turtleneck sweater! Not only would a garment like this one keep you warm in the cooler months, but its form-fitting appeal will surely turn heads when you walk in the room, ladies! And for a bonus, a fun design like this can help you maintain your personal space during flu season. #achoo!
5. Hats. Get into the Christmas spirit a little early by accessorizing your hat with some jingle bells! As you can see in this… charming… picture… throwing a hat into the mix can make you stand out. Pair this with a practical kitten heel or a pair of high-waisted jeans to really make an impression this Autumn.
And that’s that on #that, readers! This short and sweet list will totes help you pumpkin-spice up your wardrobe this autumn. Check back in for our column on winter looks, teaching you how to stay hot when it’s cold.