Easy To Re-Create Casual Fall Outfits
Happy Monday! Since it is officially autumn/fall, I thought I would share two easy to re-create casual fall outfits. You know I love my fall fashion and I’ve been wearing a few fall inspired outfits that past month already. If you want to see my past fall outfits then you’re in luck because I have all my fall outfits in one category on the blog here. It is so fun and since I haven’t gone and done any fall activity yet, I thought I would share my casual looks as these are my outfits I have worn to run errands but still have that fall aesthetic as well. So here are two easy to re-create casual fall outfits!
| cardigan // cami // skirt // bag // shoes // bow |
The first outfit is what I wore over the weekend where I went out and did some errands and did a bit of shopping. It was perfect for that and so cute. I love how the outfit turned out. I do wish I had a darker wash denim skirt and more form fitting to make it more suitable for fall trends but this is all I had so I went with it. You know I love my pink and so I wore a pink cami underneath and just layered this burgundy cardigan over it. The length is perfect and went well with the skirt. I love black accessories in fall so I went with some black velvet wedges and my black velvet pearl embellished bag. Last is a matching burgundy bow to go with the cardigan and what you don’t see is I wore gold jewelry to accessorize the outfit with a dainty necklace and small bow knot earrings.It’s very simple and probably you own a few of these in your closet already so you just style them together to re-create this outfit.
The second outfit is what I wore to go out in the evening last week. It is the first time I wore this burgundy cardigan and has inspired a lot of my outfits. I think you know by now in fall this berry kind of burgundy is a color I always have in my wardrobe and will always love this color and remind me of fall.
| cardigan // cami // black jeans // clutch // shoes // earrings // bow |
I started with this burgundy cardigan again because it is the prefect base and to style an outfit around. I think any colored cardigan will be good but my go to is this one right now. Now I love color and all my spring and summer outfits are very bold and colorful but when it comes to fall and through winter, I like a good all black outfit and it is simple and looks really slimming. I know some love wearing all black all year round but fall means I get to dress more vampy and dark which I love doing. I paired this black cami with black skinny ripped knee jeans and they are so good for this time of year. They are clearly a staple and by the coloring you can tell I wear them a lot and need a new pair. The accessories I went with black ballet flats and a matching burgundy clutch. The jewelry I went with burgundy pom pom earrings and bow to tie in the hair.
Those were my easy to re-create casual fall outfits! I’m hoping this will inspire you and give you an idea what to wear especially if you live in LA like me. These are perfect for that and since I’ve worn and tested it, I can say it is just the right amount of warmth while still not being too hot. Since I don’t have my roommate around at the moment I can only take outfit mirror selfies but I hope that is okay. I love sharing these quick snapshots of my outfits and since they haven’t been to detailed and I haven’t done anything too exciting the mirror shots are what I’ve been doing. I hope you got some inspo from this and it is so easy to re-create casual fall outfits. Let me know your fall clothing essentials and if you have any of these pieces in your closet to recreate the looks.
Amanda Kruse says
That denim skirt is so cute!
Some gorgeous items here! I absolutely love dressing for fall and enjoying shopping so much more now all the autumnal colours are around
Patricia @ Grab a Plate says
Both great looks! I think the second one is my fave because it’s totally me! I basically live in that outfit once the weather in Phoenix cools down (can’t wait)! Love the color of that cardi – something my closet is missing 🙂