I want to thank everyone who participated in my Instagram poll and who voted for this post! MANY of these type of posts seem to surface this time of year, with the weather changing and everyone gradually putting away summer clothes and bringing all of their fall and winter gear out of storage. It can be a little daunting (I know it is for me!) to scroll through Pinterest and Instagram and seemingly be bombarded with the seasons newest “must-have” items for fall. If you’ve been keeping up with me on Instagram, you know I put this capsule together inspired by my own wardrobe; I was a little nervous to put this post together, in fear of not having “enough” of the right things or articles of clothing (I specifically mentioned tall boots!). But in the end, I decided to stay true to my ultimate goal of the blog in general: to stay real with you all! I know the majority of my readers probably don’t have the budget to go out and buy a whole new fall wardrobe (I sure don’t!), but I wanted to create this capsule wardrobe out of few basic items from my own closet, hopefully to inspire your style and encourage you to be content with what you already own. Whether you WANT to go out and buy a few of these pieces, or stick what what you have in your closet, you don’t have to have the EXACT colors or styles that I have – just be yourself! Hopefully this can serve as a template to help you create your own fall wardrobe, and give you a little peek into what I’m wearing this season!
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Outfit Idea / Casual – Layer patterns & texture to create some interest on top, pair with a pair of jeans or leggings & booties!
Outfit Idea / Work Attire – You can build lots of work-appropriate outfits within this capsule, too! Pair your plaid or vertical striped collared shirt with a cardigan, jeans and booties, and then add some jewelry or a watch to complete the look.
With this many versatile pieces in one collection, you can mix and match SO many times, whether you’re mainly getting dressed just to get out and run errands, or heading to work. I hope this post was helpful to you in narrowing down your closet, and coming up with the perfect capsule wardrobe for fall!