Fall is finally here! While I tried to hold on to summer style for as long as I could, I am finally over it and ready for cooler weather. In Corona, it isn't chilly just yet, but at least the temperatures are now consistently below 100 (yes!). For my very first lookbook, I wanted to focus on fall styles for warmer weather for those of us who live in a city that just isn't quite cool yet.
look #1: Printed overalls
For my first look, I wore these floral overalls (different color) from Lulus and styled it for fall by adding a white, cropped sweater (similar) and these New Look ankle boots from ASOS. Adding a cute pair of boots to a skirt, dress, or romper is the easiest way to make each piece transition to fall.
Look #2: boy scout inspired
For this second look, I styled an old boy scout jacket my grandma gave me, so needless to say it can't be bought lol, but here are a few similar: 1, 2, and 3. Since it's still too warm for thick jackets and sweaters, I thought this lighter jacket would make for the perfect third piece! Another way to dress fall on a warm day is to simply wear fall colors which for me means earth tones. I kept it light with white and beige-toned linen shorts (similar) and sweater tank. The bag inside my bag may also be switched to match any outfit.
Look #3: overalls x floral blouse
I love a good fall floral and when I can wear a piece across multiple seasons. I bought this floral top in the spring, but slap on something black and BOOM, you've got yourself a fall outfit! But seriously, the pattern of this top reminded me of plaid which is very on trend for fall. This time, I traded in the boots for white sneakers from Topshop. I would highly suggest investing in a pair as they really go with everything from jeans to maxi skirts. You can shop my overalls here. My top is no longer sold, but here are some other floral tops for fall: 1, 2, and 3.
Which look was you favorite? Let me know in the comments below!
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