- Authentic Duck Boots by L.L. Bean
- Diana Scallop Skirt by KJP
- HAZEL & BIRCH Earrings by KJP
- Barbour Millfire Diamond-Quilted Jacket
- Classic Plaid Scarf
- The Kelsi Heeled Bootie
- Patterned Neck-scarf
- Tortoise Sunglasses
- Sherpa Vest
- Cap-toe Leather Block Heels
- The Allie Boot
- Set of 3 Pearl Headbands
- Wenda Cut-Out Bootie/Flat
Hi all! Happy November! Before fall turns into winter, I wanted to share some of my favorite fall fashion pieces. I absolutely love everything I’ve linked for you today. So many of them are great for winter, too! If you see something on this guide but are looking for a more budget-friendly option, keep reading! I’ve linked some more options below! Keep scrolling to see why I love each and every one of these pieces below!
I absolutely love my duck boots and wear them non-stop in the fall, winter, and even during rainy days in the spring! If you’re looking to purchase these boots for the first time, be aware that they run a bit big! I was told to stick to your normal size or if you’re in-between sizes, size down.
These socks were meant to go with your bean boots, although you could wear them with anything! They’re extremely thick which is perfect for cold, below-freezing, snowy days! They might seem pricey for socks, but they’re worth every penny if you live in a colder climate!
If you’re from New England (or just love preppy style), chances are you know who Kiel James Patrick is. Him and his wife Sarah have turned their lifestyle into a brand and I’m absolutely obsessed with everything they sell! This skirt being one of my favorites of theirs. They have sizes 0-14, but I’ve linked extended sizes below as well as more affordable options! 🙂
BUDGET-FRIENDLY + SIZE INCLUSIVE OPTIONS:
Like I said about the skirt, if you’ve heard of KJP you probably already own something of his. These earrings are such a gorgeous way to elevate your usual pearl look! Especially around the holiday’s, these earrings could pull together the perfect look.
Sooo, it’s Barbour’s 125th year anniversary – and I suspect they’ll have many more years of success. I see these jackets everywhere, and while they’re not the most budget-friendly jacket, they’re worth every penny. They’re such high quality and Barbour takes pride in their product: if you have an issue, contact them! Their customer service is wonderful.
I’m guilty of owning too many variations of this scarf. I have this Gap one in both the white and the blush, thisPottery Barn tartan one, this wrap from TJ Maxx, and one that looks just like this, but from a boutique in Maine. I see no end in sight for my collection. 😉 I wear these scarves/wraps daily.
If you don’t own a pair of classic chestnut booties, I have no idea what you’d wear during the fall. My go-to pair of booties are this pair from Madewell, though I do love my ones from Target as well! Target is much more affordable option and I haven’t had an issue with the quality from Target. I’ve had my Madewell booties for 3 years now but I also purchased a pair from Target last year, and they’re holding up pretty well.
My favorite accessory to add a little “prep” to any outfit. Whether you’re wearing a blouse to work, a simple sweater, or even a simple top with a vest – a neck-scarf is one of the perfect accessories. This one from H&M is only $9.99, but here are a few from Amazon that I absolutely love!
If I had to pick one of these accessories that I wear most often, it would be my sunglasses. Don’t believe me? Check out my Instagram. I’m wearing these sunglasses on my head in almost every picture…Oops! But seriously, if you’re looking for a cute accessory to complete any outfit – tortoise sunglasses are my go-to. I don’t even wear them on my face, I always wear them on my head!
So I don’t have this exact Vineyard Vines Sherpa Vest, but I have one that’s almost identical. I definitely think I’ll be adding this one to my closet ASAP, but for some less expensive options, here are some of my favorites below!
SO, these are my favorite shoes, ever. These shoes got their fame from the classic Chanel slingbacks, but there have been so many companies that have made similar styles throughout the years. I have this pair, but I also love these three pairs!
If you’re from New England, chances are you have a pair of riding boots. I can’t even begin to tell you how many pairs of chestnut-colored riding boots I’ve gone through – too many for sure. I finally found a pair that’s durable and high-quality, which is why I had to share them with you all! I also have heard great things about this pair and this one, too!
Okay so is there anything cuter than a pearl headband!? If it has pearls, chances are it’s in my closet. My close friend Emily even recently wrote a whole blog post about her favorite pearl headbands!
I have this exact pair, but there’s so many different brands that make this style shoe. They’re absolutely perfect for that in-between season where it’s not cool enough to wear boots but you can’t be wearing summer-y flats! I love love love these shoes, but WARNING! It took me a few weeks to break these in and these shoes cause blisters during the first few times you wear them. I also recommend sizing up a half size/one full size.
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