I was going to post a Try-On Haul today, but I didn’t have much for that, and what I did have is selling out. SO! I decided to do a fall outfit roundup with casual fall outfit ideas that are easy to replicate. I hope it’s helpful.
Since most of us are living casual lives these days, these are all fairly casual looks, but most can be adapted for the work place or dressed up for church or date night. Just swap the jeans for pants, and maybe wear a dressier shoe, depending on your dress code or venue.
I linked the exact item if I had it; otherwise I linked to similar, but the idea here is to shop your closet, so hopefully it’s not too frustrating when you can’t purchase the exact pieces.
Also, if you’re new here, I’m 5’5″ and 135 pounds with a slight hourglass shape. My “true size” is a 6 or 28 in pants and jeans, a small in tops, and size 8 shoe. If I say to size up or down, or list a different size, that is because I’m not wearing my true size.
20 FALL OUTFIT IDEAS FOR 2020
#1. Camel Cardigan w/ Dark Wash Jeans & a Statement Necklace
I love a camel sweater with just about any shade of denim, but I think it looks particularly sophisticated with these dark wash jeggings. See more in THIS POST.
Unfortunately, this cardigan is low inventory in the camel color, but I also have and like this J.Crew Factory option. It has a very similar style and fit, but it’s a darker shade of camel.
I feel like the necklace really makes this look, but it doesn’t have to be this exact one. Any chunky necklace that fits in the neckline would work to create a focal point and bring attention to your face.
#2. Black Sweater w/ Blue Jeans & Leopard Flats
In my opinion, you can never go wrong with a black top, blue jeans, and pop of leopard. This outfit is as easy to throw on as joggers, sneakers, and a sweatshirt, but it’s so much more polished and put-together.
#3. Joggers w/ Denim Jacket & Fashion Sneakers
Let’s face it, a lot of us are wearing joggers more lately, but they can look stylish and put-together if you wear them with a fitted jacket. Denim is my favorite, at least until it gets colder.
The fashion sneakers also help elevate this athleisure look, and don’t forget to accessorize!
Here’s another example, this time with a leather jacket and camo print tee.
This jacket is almost sold out, and I’m having a hard time finding a similar one with a hood, but Kohl’s and Magnolia Boutique have faux leather versions, and Express has one with the shearling trim that’s really of fun.
#4. Cardigan w/ Graphic Tee & Snake Print Sneakers
Cardigans can sometimes read frumpy, so one way to make a cardigan look a little more modern is to pair it with a graphic tee. I also like how the snake print slip-ons add texture and interest to the look.
My NYC graphic tee is from J.Crew last year, but they have a similar one this year. I sized up to a medium.
I’ve also worn this graphic tee with my joggers and a denim jacket, another version of #3.
#5. Utility Jacket + Grey Tee w/ White Jeans & Taupe Booties
Yes, I wear white jeans in the fall, I love to pair them with a grey tee and an olive utility jacket.
I wore light beige suede booties with this look, but you can easily swap them out for fashion sneakers or loafers if you want to tone it down. I would just stick with a lighter color. See more in THIS POST.
#6. Cheetah Print Tee + Black Leather Moto w/ Black Jeans & Mules
Cheetah print is a nice alternative to leopard, and it pairs so well with black.
My ATM cheetah tee was a major splurge during the #NSale, but I found a really good Amazon look-alike for a fraction of the price (it’s the color A-leopard03).
And I swap out the leather moto for my denim jacket, for a less edgy look.
#7. Boyfriend Jeans w/ Leopard Tee + Black Cardigan & Ankle Boots
It takes a really good pair of jeans to get me out of my skinnies, but the rag & bone Dre is a nice slim boyfriend fit, and they’re also on sale! Just be sure to size down at least one full size.
The cardigan with leopard tee keeps the look comfy and cozy, but I’m dying to put one of my leather moto jackets on top to give it an edgier vibe. See more of this look HERE.
#8. Grey Sweater + Demim Jacket w/ Black Jeans & White Leather Sneakers
Black jeans with a grey tee and denim jacket is one of my go-to outfits, and one day it occurred to me to try it with a grey cashmere sweater. I really like the juxtaposition of the luxe sweater and casual jacket, and it’s warmer than a t-shirt on cooler days.
The white leather sneaker trend is perfect for this look, and the P448s would look amazing with this too. If you don’t like the white, you could also wear black sneakers or casual booties.
#9. Graphic Tee + Leather Jacket w/ Blue Jeans & Snake Print Shoes
I never get tired of leather jackets and jeans! Adding a graphic tee is a fun way to elevate this basic look and express your personality, and the snake print booties add pattern and texture.
I’ve also worn this with the snake print slip-on sneakers shown in look #4.
This grey leather jacket sold out, but you could easily wear a black one with this.
#10. Olive Utility Pants w/ Denim Jacket & Leopard Tee
Olive green utility pants are a nice alternative to jeans in the fall, and they pair so well with a denim jacket. These exact pants are 40% off right now, and they run TTS; they fit a little snug at first, but they loosen up quickly.
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My exact leopard tee sold out, but I found one at Amazon that is sort of similar. It’s the color Multicolor #3.
#11. Grey Sweater with Black Jeans, Leather Moto & Fashion Sneakers
#12. Camel Pullover w/ Black Jeans & Leopard Shoes
Camel and black with leopard is a fail-proof combination, and this particular sweater has some nice details. Unfortunately, it’s not on sale at the moment, but keep an eye on it!
Again, I like to add a statement necklace with a camel top, since camel is so close to my skin color. I feel like it helps break it up, and draws attention to my face. This one is really pretty and goes well with olive and other earth tones as well as camel. It’s also on sale.
I would usually wear leopard pumps with this, to dress this up a bit more, but I wore these flats for an outdoor dining experience where I knew I’d have to do some walking. The pointy toe and small heel keeps them dressy enough to balance out the rest of the look, whereas a ballet flat would be a lot more casual.
Need to level up your athleisure game for a Zoom meeting? Swap out the jeans for joggers, and throw on some comfy slip-on sneakers. Or, if you want to wear your slippers, no one will be the wiser.
#13. Camel Pullover + Black Quilted Vest w/ Blue Jeans & Pop of Leopard
Quilted vests are great layering pieces for fall. I am always amazed by how much warmth they add to a look, and they’re so much less bulky than a coat.
I love to add a pop of leopard print to a camel and black outfit, but this time I did it with a scarf and kept my shoes neutral. See more of this look HERE.
#14. Taupe Suede Moto + Black Tank w/ Washed Black Jeans & Taupe Booties
This outfit is definitely a favorite from my 22 Days of Fall Fashion style challenge. The combination of taupe suede and washed black denim is unexpected but so chic, and the mixed metal statement necklace and the belt are details that shouldn’t be overlooked. See more in THIS POST.
#15. Long Cardigan w/ Blue Jeans & Pumps
I love this outfit for a leveled-up casual look you can wear to meet friends for lunch, or to any business casual event.
You can swap the blue jeans for black jeans if you want to dress it up a bit for church or dinner out.
Or, if you’re at home all day on Zoom calls, just trade the pumps for slippers and maybe lose the belt, but definitely keep the necklace! See more in THIS POST.
#16. Grey Turtleneck + Burgundy Puffer w/ Black Jeans & Black Booties
This is a look from 2018, but I’ve always loved it. The luxe cashmere turtleneck keeps the look polished, and the quilted puffer adds a sporty vibe, plus of course, extra warmth. See more in THIS POST.
Unfortunately, the layered look vest I’m wearing sold out long ago, but you can do a plain burgundy vest instead. I have this one in brown, and it’s a great vest for the price, very flattering.
#17. Black Leather Moto w/ Blue Jeans, White Leather Sneakers & Cashmere Scarf
This is an outfit I repeat in some iteration over and over again. I love the juxtapositions of luxe and sporty, casual and edgy.
FYI, I highly recommend this cashmere scarf. I wore it a ton the last two seasons. It’s thinner than some, and made of the softest cashmere, so you can wear it either as an outfit making piece or a cold weather accessory.
It’s easy to remove and slip into your tote when you don’t need it, but it takes an outfit up a notch if you’re going to be out and about running errands, etc. Oh, and it makes a great holiday gift too!
#18. Drapey Moto Jacket + White Tee w/ Blue Jeans & Fashion Sneakers
This drapey faux suede moto is a softer and more comfortable than the heavier suede and leather jackets I typically wear, but I feel like it’s more flattering than a cardigan. It comes in 4 colors, and it’s under $100.
The fashion sneakers are a fun way to keep it modern, but of course booties or loafers would work too. See more in THIS POST.
#19. Ivory Sweater + Blue Jeans + Animal Print Boots
This is a super simple outfit combo that always works. If you don’t have snake print boots or shoes, I highly recommend getting a pair. They’re a great way to add pattern and texture to a simple look.
#20. Black Leather Jacket + Black Tee w/ Black Jeans & Snake Print Shoes
You can never go wrong with an all-black look, and I love the little touch of snake print in the shoes to add texture and pattern to the otherwise monochromatic outfit. See more in THIS POST.
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