With fall approaching, you're probably itching to break out your favorite fall clothing. But perhaps you're feeling overwhelmed by all the options available and you don't know where to start. Don't worry! We've got you covered with our list of the best items that should be in your closet right now. These staples will help you make the most of your autumn wardrobe so that no matter what the weather throws at you, there's always something cozy and stylish to wear.
Sweaters are a must-have item for fall, and you should be sure to have at least one in your closet. Look for sweaters that are neutral in color (think light grey, dark navy, black or white) and can be styled with multiple outfits. Also look for sweaters that can be layered over other items—this gives you more flexibility when dressing up your outfit and lets the sweater stand out as an accessory rather than just another piece of clothing.
Layering tees are a must-have for fall. They can be worn under a over coat, jacket or sweater, over jeans and leggings, with a scarf (or two), under vests and cardigans. If you're not sure what to wear with yours, start by looking at classic fashion staples like the turtleneck and henley but please stay away from graphic prints or big logos, They are not classy.
Winter skirts are loose-fitting, ankle-length garments that usually have a pleated or flared shape. They're made from wool, velvet, or corduroy and can be paired with boots. Some winter skirts come with buttons up the front and tie in the back, but others just overlap at the waistband and can be tied more loosely. With this type of skirt you'll want to wear thick tights underneath it so your legs stay cozy when you step outside into the cold weather!
Blouse or button-up shirt
Blouses are a great way to add color and texture to your wardrobe. They can be dressed up or down, depending on the occasion.
For example, if you want something more casual, try wearing a blouse with jeans and sneakers for an easy go-to look.
Or if you're going out for dinner with friends, pair your blouse with some classic slacks (or maybe even a pencil skirt!) and heels.
No matter what kind of blouses you choose to wear or how you style them (with pants or skirts), they will definitely make any outfit look more professional and polished!
The knee-high boot is a staple of fall fashion that can be worn with dresses, skirts, and jeans. It's also a great way to add some height to your outfit without having to wear heels.
Wear them with heels for a more formal look (like this outfit).
For something more casual, try wearing them with flats or even boots (this look).
These are one of the most versatile items in your closet—they can be dressed up or down, work with any color palette and any outfit. They're an easy way to add some height and style to your look, as well as provide a pop of color on their own.
Over the knee boots
Over the knee boots are a great way to look chic and ready for fall. They can be paired with an outfit that you already have in your closet, or they can be worn with leggings, skirts, or skinny jeans. Over the knee boots add height to any outfit and make it more polished. You can also wear them with a dress or sweater on top (and even with a blazer).
Scarf, hat, and gloves
Scarves, hats, and gloves are the perfect accessories for the fall season. They can add color, pattern or texture to your outfit without being too overbearing.
Scarves are a great way to add a pop of color or pattern onto any outfit. They're also a good way to add warmth as well!
Hats are always fun; they can turn an ordinary outfit into something completely different by adding style and flair into your look. Hats are also great for keeping your head warm on those chilly days!
Gloves serve two purposes: they keep your hands warm while also giving you more options when it comes to fashion statements! If you have short nails then it might be time invest in some cute gloves that will help enhance those shorter fingers while still keeping them protected from cold weather
Having these staples will help you make the most of your fall wardrobe.
If you're anything like us, when the temperatures start to drop you want to snuggle up in a warm blanket and sit by the fire. But if we can't be at home enjoying a mug of hot cocoa, what are we supposed to do? The answer: layer up! Having these staples will help you make the most of your fall wardrobe.
A coat/jacket (or three)
One or two lightweight hoodies for layering under that coat/jacket (or three). These are great for when it's chilly out but not cold enough for your heavy winter gear yet. keep them in neutral colors and free of logos.
Pants or dark indigo blue jeans that fit well and look great with everything else in this list—you'll probably wear them more than any other item on this list. You might also want some leggings if it gets really cold out there!
A winter skirt—these skirts will take you through all kinds of weather because they keep their shape no matter how much air hits them while walking around town during those first few days after autumn begins (when everyone decides they're going outside). They're also super cute so try one on sometime soon. They'll last longer than just about anything else in our closet too!
We hope these tips have been helpful, and that you’re ready to start shopping! Don’t forget that you don’t need to buy everything at once—it can be fun to build up your wardrobe piece by piece. And remember: the most important thing is to wear what makes you feel good. If this means wearing the same outfit every day that is completely fine as long as you mix and match with all the other neutral color items. That is how you create multiple outfits with a few pieces.