It is FINALLY fall here in Houston! Well as fall-ish as it can get. I love fall as it brings in cooler temperatures and we can spend more time outside. It also means a welcome change in wardrobe. It’s much easier to dress modestly in the fall and winter which is probably why I love it so much. If you haven’t already read up on fall’s latest trends, don’t worry, I’ve done it for you and put together some modest fall outfits that incorporate a lot of those trends.
Animal Print and Wide Leg Pants
Animal print is everywhere, and on everything. While it comes around quite often, I just didn’t want to spend a lot on a piece because silhouettes change throughout the seasons. I found this top (affiliate link) at Target, it was reasonably priced and I felt it was a tasteful print. If you’re in the market for some animal print shoes, see how I styled them for a date night with the husband recently.
Wide leg pants are another fall trend I like. I found these wide leg pants at Nordstrom, but I just checked and they’re sold out. I kept them long, but cropped wide leg pants are also very popular this season. Here is a link (affiliate link) to a pair similar to the ones I’m wearing.
A moto jacket (affiliate link) gives anything an edge. I paired it with this midi dress (affiliate link) and some chelsea boots (affiliate link). It even makes a plain t shirt and jeans look a little cooler.
An oversized blazer is a great piece to add to your fall wardrobe. It can be styled as below with some black pants (affiliate link) for a more professional look. Throw it on with some jeans and booties for a more casual look.
White Boots and Plaid
So I have been seeing white boots (affiliate link) everywhere. But again, I don’t think it’s a trend that has longevity, so I didn’t want to pay a whole lot for boots I would only wear for a few months. Target to the rescue, again! Plaid is also a big trend, I liked this larger check (affiliate link). Also from Target.
Western wear is also a trend this fall, but I just can’t bring myself to wear it. Western wear in Houston is strictly reserved for end of February, beginning of March for Rodeo season. Wearing it any other time of the year just makes me feel silly.
What are you favorite fall trends you see here? Would love to hear from you!