Last week, we declared it officially Fall. Even if the temperatures outside here in Texas hardly matched that declaration.
Well, slightly cooler weather is finally here today! (Perfect weather, if you ask me!) So we are excited to kick off a series on getting your wardrobe ready for Fall! We will share this season’s trends and lots of outfit ideas. But, before we get too far ahead of ourselves – let’s start with some Fall basics.
These items are staples, both as we transition into Fall now, and once Fall is full blown here to stay. You’ll be able to wear them lots of different ways throughout the season.
1. Articles of Society Jeans
We started carrying this line earlier this year, and everyone has loved them. They come in regular denim as well as colored jeggings. We are starting to see flared jeans make a come back, but skinnies are still a popular silhouette for Fall – especially cuffed and paired with booties! We’ve gotten in our first shipment of Fall colors, and they’re going fast.
Booties are definitely the shoe of choice this season. You’ll see them in a variety of styles, from casual to sporty to classic to dressy. Find a pair or two you love and wear them with dresses, skirts, jeans – everything! They are a must have for Fall!
Here is a little inspiration from Pinterest on how to wear ankle boots:
3. Long-line cardigans
Long-line outwear was named one of the most wearable trends this season by Glamour. We agree – the length is flattering and the coverage is great for a little added comfort with those skinny jeans!
4. Fall tanks
We will talk more about the colors for Fall in another blog post, but we’ll give a little teaser here with our newest Fall Nikibiki tanks. We stock up on these every season – they are truly the best basic there is.
5. Detailed tees
Basic tees are just that – basics. You gotta have them. But, this Fall, add a little pizzaz to your basics with a few fun details. A knotted side, leather trim, or an unexpected back dress up these basics. They are still totally versatile and can be worn under your favorite Fall layers – but they can also stand alone on the warmer days as we transition between seasons.