To my dearest:
Hello! This post is brought to you as an intermission while I finish prepping the materials from NYFW! Don’t worry it’s still going to stay on top of the latest fashion trends! Today, we re going to talk about how to land into a softer Fall. Meaning, soften up the whole Fall look. Cheesy? Maybe. Fashionable? Definitely!
Maybe it’s just me, but I associate Fall with the chance to be more grungy. Why? Because it’s the time of the year where I can bring out all my leather jackets and play with looks. It’s not too hot nor cold so all outfits are so easy to style! Many will associate summer with softer styles and colors. Examples? Wearing whites, florals, and pastel colors. While that’s staying on seasonal trend. It’s also extremely trendy to mix it up!
Mid September in New York is an awkward time of transition between Summer to Fall. The weather is ever changing with temperatures dropping to low 60’s or rising to mid 80’s. An outfit I have planned for this time is… TADA!
Yes. This simple outfit, but oh so good for this time of the year. We are definitely transitioning into Fall, but we still want to embrace the last bits of summer and show some skin. What better way, than a simple crop top? And remember me saying, a softer fall? These blush pleated pants are the way to go! Many associate the color blush and pleats with more Spring and Summery vibes. Yet, bringing it into the Fall is still oh so good and trendy!
The palette mix of black and blush also makes a good balance between soft and the typical “Fall” look. Throwing a pair of slides in also make the whole look all the more effortless. Dress it up with a classic Chanel bag for the heck of it. Or any black bag will do. Gold hardware will spice up everything and be the finishing touch.
So how about it? Want to soften up your Fall? Let me know if you like this whole idea or what ways you would personally soften up your Fall! Can’t wait to hear back from you all!
For reference, I am 5 feet 2 inches. I typically wear XS/S or 0-4 for apparel and 6.5-7.5 for shoes.
*Some items in this post is sponsored. Opinions are unbiased and based on my own experience.*