“Fall into Autumn” Fashion Trends and Essentials

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Hi there Churchillians,

Fall is here! Are you ready to rock your wardrobe? I’m here to show you some of my must-haves fall essentials and how I wear them.

Fall means “sweater weather”, so the first thing you’re going to need is your favourite sweater (chunky, knitted, or textured). Sweaters are so perfect for fall; they keep you cozy, but are also really cute and fashionable at the same time. Are you in rush for school, or don’t feel like dressing up? Just throw on a sweater and you’re good to go. You can wear one with pretty much anything. You can pair it with a jacket, leggings, skinny jeans, ripped jeans or even shorts (please tell me that I’m not the only one here who wears sweaters with shorts)!

I don’t know about you guys, but thinking of fall reminds me of flannels. I can’t help but wear flannel shirts all the time in the fall. It’s such a staple piece – you don’t need a lot of flannel shirts because you can do so much with just one shirt. Flannels go best with denim, but you can play around with combinations. Wearing them with jeans or denim shorts would create an active look. Wearing a flannel long-sleeve over your favourite graphic tee or tank top would be perfect, too. You can also wear a flannel shirt with leggings if it’s a longer shirt. Want to create a chic-casual 90’s look? Tying a long-sleeve around your waist is great! Having it wrapped around would create an effortless, carefree look, but still make you look pretty and feminine.

Boyfriend jeans are one of my favourite items for this fall. I would go for light washed, destroyed boyfriend jean rolled up on the bottom. Pairing them with a fitted tee or a slightly cropped top would make you look casual and effortlessly sexy.

Next thing is ankle or cowboy boots. These are really perfect for fall, because you can wear them with your jeans, leggings, skirts and even your dresses. One fast tip for pairing them with your skirt: it is very important that your skirt’s length is mid-thigh to create a slim look for your legs.

Raise the boot line; if you are a tall girl, you should definitely get some knee-high boots. You can pair them with different clothing items to create different looks. Want a casual look? Wear knee high boots over a pair of skinny jeans; it gives you comfort but keeps you sexy at the same time. Pairing the boots under a pencil skirt will balance out the skin gap and give you a unique, elegant look that is suitable for school or work.

It’s time for the accessories. Chunky scarves and beanies are two of my definite must-haves for this fall. Face it guys, there are days when you just want to wear your sweatpants and tees to school. Throwing on a chunky scarf would immediately pop your look (and it will also keep you warm)! As for beanies, they do a similar job. Putting on a beanie when you have a bad hair day will drive people’s attention to the beanie, and they will forget about your hair. Another good thing about having a beanie is that they are pretty versatile and you can wear them with your sweaters or with your dresses. Beanies and scarves neutralize your outfits and add a lovely touch to them.

One last thing that you do not want to miss out on is a leather jacket. Leather jackets never go out of style and they are always timeless. You can mix and match it with everything in your closet, from dresses and skirts to jeans.

These are some of the top clothing items that are great for teens and how you can style them successfully. I hope you find this helpful, and if you don’t have any of the things that I mentioned, don’t worry.  Your own style makes you unique. Do whatever floats your boat and makes you happy. 🙂

Have a sweet one, guys!

Stay strong, stay stylish! ❤



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