October Ideas

October is here, and with it comes the transition to cozy fall fashion. Since the weather is usually crisp, but not too chilly, I like to focus on layering lighter pieces like sweaters, scarves, and denim jackets. Layering is great because it allows you to explore texture and pattern combinations, and create fresh looks with your wardrobe staples. If you are craving a little fall fashion styling inspiration, here are some great ideas to get you started.

Break out your burgundy. Burgundy is having a big moment this fall. Embrace the trend with a colored pair of jeans.
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Fall for soft neutrals. Soft neutral hues like blush, gray, and tan are definitely trending this season. Wear yours with bold sunglasses and white separates for a sophisticated look.
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Super-size it. Oversized, cozy sweaters are always one of the best parts of fall. Style yours with colored tights and boots. Add a leopard print scarf to complete the look and add some warmth on a chilly day.
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Grin and bare it. Pairing your winter coat with bare legs is a great way to dress for crisp October temperatures.
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Get thigh high. Thigh high boots can add some major sass to an outfit, and they are also a great way to keep your legs warm! Pair yours with a slouchy sweater to balance out your look.
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Pack a punch with pastels. Pastels for fall are a bit unexpected, but completely chic. The simplest way to rock the trend is to pick up a coat in your favorite pastel hue.
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Inspiration from Pinterest.

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