Boots or sneakers? We all know either of the two do very well this fall, but since we’re looking for comfort, I believe sneakers win. I also love the fact they help create a more casual, laid-back feel than boots. They’re ultra stylish too! You can pair them with almost all of the pieces found on this list.
2. Plaid Sleeves
Plaid sleeves are a fall classic and the easiest way to add color to the season, and they come in different styles including gingham and flannel. But don’t limit yourselves to sleeves! Today you can find plaid skirts, pantsuits, and pants, just to name a few.
How do you spell warm this Thanksgiving? It’s cardigan of course! A combination of ripped jeans, ankle-length boots, loose top, and a cozy long cardigan is all you need to look street chic.
Can you ever imagine fall without tights? I can’t! But here’s the thing: tights are so common they can look boring. To make it appear updated, pair them with sneakers, bright tops, and shorts (instead of skirts). Or you can be extra stylish, choosing non-black colors or even printed ones. And please don’t commit this grievous fashion faux pas: wearing them like jeans! They’re not jeans, so you have to wear them underneath something!
5. Modern Vintage
Bell-bottom jeans, floral printed dresses, and ruffles are just some of the retro outfits that are making a huge comeback this season, giving you the license to go modern vintage during your Thanksgiving get-together. For a more smashing and sexy look, I highly recommend this scoop-neck figure-hugging midi dress from Amazon for as low as less than $14! Classy, retro, and beautiful.
Short skirts, long skirts, midi skirts, flowing skirts – you never run out of choices. Heck, you can even wear a tutu! These skirts can go well with boots, heels, wedges, and sneakers. You can also pair them with loose tops, plain shirts, bomber jackets, and statement furs. Just don’t try mixing your long skirts with tights, or else, the look is useless. Be careful too with long skirts paired with oversized coats or furs, especially if you’re petite, as they can make you look smaller. Don’t wear big jackets, sweaters, and tops whose lengths are longer than your skirt.
7. Ponchos And Cape Coats
I love ponchos and cape coats! I basically have about five pieces of them, and I bring around two to three every time I travel. I actually prefer them over jackets and sweaters since they’re extremely easy to wear and take off. Best of all, they make a statement especially if you go for patterns or bold monochromatic colors. But please, avoid wearing ponchos over very short skirts.
8. Statement Furs
When it comes to fur, the trend is big, bold, and fun. So embrace less-preferred colors like pink, green, and red, as well as furs with furry balls (yes, you can find one) and patterned furs. In other words, be daring!