Fall is finally here, and with those plummeting temperatures it’s time for you to trade in those tank tops, shorts and flip flops for something a little warmer. The only problem? Your Fall wardrobe is looking a little dated. But never fear, as we’ve got 6 stylish pieces that will have you looking your best while staying nice and warm!
If you’re rocking a casual weekend look, this Isaora Tech Down Jacket is the perfect coat to compliment your outfit, with the warm down fill protecting you from the elements.
Suited up for work? Then consider a slim-fit Harris Wharf London topcoat. Trim, tailored and with a length that hits above the knee, this is a staple you’ll have for years to come.
Sweaters are a staple for any fall wardrobe, and there are a wide variety of styles to choose from. Cable-knit sweaters like the Alex Mill wool donegal shown above are always a great choice and go great with a pair of jeans and some boots.
Cardigans like this S.N.S. Herning basket weave-textured also offer a great look, and can be worn buttoned up over an oxford shirt or open over a tee.
If you’re looking for something a little edgier, then consider a novelty sweater like this Timo Weiland coconut sweater, which is sure to spark a few conversations!
Nothing says Fall like plaid. Wear it with similarly manly companions, like faded denim and wool jackets for a rugged lumberjack look that’s sure to please. This mid-weight twill Gitman Vintage number shown above is great if the weather’s not too cold. And if you want something warmer, these plaid Gitman Vintage flannel will keep you nice and toasty!
Of course, who can forget about the scarf? They’re the perfect accessory to finish off your look, and they help keep you warm to boot. A greyscale colorblock pattern brings modern edge to this all-wool Howlin’ scarf. If you are looking for something a little more upscale, consider this warm cashmere scarf from Club Monaco.
Nothing quite finishes off an outfit like a great pair of boots, and there are plenty of styles to choose from. The soft texture of a suede boot has a lightweight look, while the classic chelsea boot pairs nicely with a suit or with weekend denim. Ankle-high lace-up chukkas toe the line between smart and casual, while thick-soled workman boots can be worn straight through winter.
I hope this helps you breathe some new life into your Fall wardrobe. Let us know how you make out in the comments section below!
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by East Dane, but all opinions are my own.