The closet of an Island Girl only consists of one season, summer. When Fall Season comes around, envious thoughts fill my brain. The only thing I can put on are flip flops and crop tops while women in colder regions get to wear cozy sweaters and booties! Every year I would pin many fall outfit inspirations on Pinterest, while dreaming of strutting down 5th Avenue in those same outfit inspirations. Finally, this year I got to experience the Fall Season which allowed me to unleash my fashion dragon. I’ll be sharing with you my fashion tips to help you have a comfy yet chic Autumn/Winter season.
1. Oversized Chunky Sweaters Are Your Bestfriend.
When it comes to Fall/Winter Fashion, sacrificing style for comfort is definitely not needed thanks to the invention of Turtle/Roll neck sweaters. Pairing them with over-the-knee boots takes your outfit to the next level, just make sure its not too windy or cold out.
2. Add Extra-ness With Faux Fur Collared Coats.
The Fall/Winter Season is that time of year where you can bring out all the show-stopping coats you own without any guilt of the “extra-ness” you’re about to take part in. My favorite “show-stopping” coat happens to be this timeless camel toned thigh length coat. Camel toned coats adds the right amount of sophistication to your outfit.
3. Faux Leather Jackets and Joggers Are Your Second and Third Best friends.
For your days exploring your hometown or the new city you’re visiting on vacation, comfort will keep you sane! Once again, you do not have to sacrifice style for comfort.
4. Color Coordination with excessive accessories.
Matching sets makes getting ready so much easier! Look amazing with little to no effort.
5. Grey Faux Fur Coat.
Keep cozy and warm while turning heads.
6. Black Chic Rain Booties.
Fall weather brings a lot of rain. You do not want to be caught in the rain with sandals on! Don’t settle for regular rain boots, make sure to go all out with shiny rain booties.
And there you have it, 6 of my Fall/Winter Fashion Tips. Below will be a list of where you can find the exact or similar versions to the items I wore in this post.
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