October is the spookiest month of the year, so pull out your black clothes and rock an all-black ensemble. There’s nothing more chic or versatile than channeling a “black magic” look.
This blush and black outfit is one of the most perfect autumn looks I’ve come across. It has me inspired to pair a printed maxi with a cozy sweater, both in a rosy hue.
If you have been following the street style from fashion week, you have probably noticed that pink blazers and coats are all the rage right now. I love the look of a pastel pink coat for the fall months because it’s such an unexpected change from earthy fall tones. Think of it as a (fashionable) breathe of fresh air.
I love the idea of mixing elements in an outfit, like wearing a wool sweater with a feathered skirt. If you don’t have a feathered skirt (most people don’t!) wear a pleated or ruffled one to achieve a similar look.
This fall I predict that everyone will be wearing felt, floppy hats. I love the look of them, and they instantly add a bohemian element to any outfit, even if it’s your basic jeans and sweater. (Note: A berry lip makes it extra chic.)
The most interesting outfits always play with mixing textures, in my opinion. Which is why I adore the look above. Try wearing an embellished, lace evening dress with a velvet schoolboy blazer, lace up boots and a wide brimmed hat. This look is edgy, cool, and cosmopolitan all in one.
While flared printed pants have been having a big moment lately, I am partial to the idea of wearing a cropped, cigarette-leg style this month. Wear your cropped pants with smoking slippers and—again!—a fall hat.
Leather mini skirts hold a special place in my heart, but I also think trying a leather midi or maxi skirt is an interesting idea for fall. Choose a length that looks best on you and wear a lightweight blouse on top to balance out the heavy leather on bottom.
Vests come in all different styles—from leather, to denim to fur. I personally love the look of pairing a faux fur vest over a pretty fall dress or blouse.
Go ahead and pull out your plaid scarves, flannels, and plaid skirts for the entire month of October.