My Favorite Fall Trends

Today, I am sharing some of my favorite fall trends. There are so many to chose from this year, but I have narrowed it down to my top 4 picks that I think are the most wearable. You don’t have to go out and spend tons of money on trendy pieces either. I usually pick up trendy items for a smaller price. There is nothing worse than spending a lot of money on an item that may or may not only last one season.

Are there any trends that I missed that you think I should add? Let me know below.


Boots and booties are a no brainer for fall, but I am loving them more this year than I have in the past. You can easily pair them with multiple looks and wear them all the way into winter. Both pairs shown above are comfortable and fit true to size. My favorite have to be the pair on the right from Rocketdog. I found them on sale here for under $20! You can’t go wrong with that price!


I have been seeing this color everywhere lately and I am loving it. At first I didn’t know if I could rock this color, but it turns out I am really into it. A couple of weeks ago, I styled this cardigan with some denim and booties. I think this is a great color for the cooler months and looks so good on so many skin tones!


You saw me post this dress last week, but I am looking for more ways to incorporate velvet in my closet. I am loving this top as well as this clutch bag. I can’t seem to get enough of this texture in my closet right now.


I love a good pop of color and red seems to be the color of the season! I am slowly adding a couple of red pieces to my closet. If you have been following me for a while then you know I have had this red Henri Bendel Tote for quite a while, but more recently I added this red tee to my closet. I love the lace-up details and the bold color. Another great way to incorporate this bold color into your closet is with a scarf or statement jacket.

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