19 Stylish Fall Outfits Worth Copying

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19 Stylish Fall Outfits Worth Copying

We’re ready to pack away our summer sundresses to make room for our favorite fall threads. Oversized sweaters, cozy materials, and everything leather are moving up on our rosters. Need a little inspiration to ease the transition? Check out the fall outfits from these fashionable bloggers we’ll be emulating.


Street Chic Suit



Carolina of Fashion Squad makes a tailored suit look casual by adding a striped cotton tee and wearing minimal makeup. Her black pointed toes elongate her legs and pull the look together. Bonus: Wear the pieces as separates by pairing the jacket with ripped denim and sneakers, or swap in a leather jacket with the trousers for some edge.


T-Shirt Dress



Katelyn of Katalina Girl rocks our favorite color for fall: red. Fall is about being comfortable, and we love the T-shirt dress in this bright hue. Dress it up as Katelyn did with cutout booties and a statement bag, or throw on a pair of monk loafers for a comfy and casual look.


Statement Coat



This fall we're investing in coats that make a statement, such as Zina of Fashionvibe's plaid pea coat. Look for an open style that hits at the knee in a pastel pink or blue, our favorite outerwear hues for fall.


Sporty Spice



We've been on the sporty trend since spring, and we aren't giving it up quite yet. The double white stripes on blogger Adenorah's sleeves and the cut of her trousers scream street chic. Whether you emulate her all-black ensemble or opt to throw on a pair of sneakers and a baseball cap, this outfit is a must-try for fall.


Sweater Coat



Julia from Gal Meets Glam rocks the hottest new trend in fall outerwear: the sweater coat. We're obsessed with the ease of this oversize Free People find. Another reason we love this look? The minimal color palette. We're stepping away from the summer brights and opting for a more subdued wardrobe with pops of color for fall.


Utilitarian Jumpsuit



Overalls and jumpers were huge trends this summer, and they're continuing into fall in different forms. Trade your denim for a smarter linen number in gray, black, or navy. Courtney of Always Judging kept it simple with a white oxford button-up and black accessories. Minimal, utilitarian, effortless: no judgment here.


The New Leather



There's nothing new about leather for fall. Give your leather looks a fresh spin with unexpected pairings, like Sara of Collage Vintage's tough moto pants and ladylike coat combo. Dare to go bolder? Test out a monochromatic look in oxblood, navy, or forest green.


Iconic Black



Wednesday is our favorite Addams for several reasons but mainly because of her creepy and kooky black dress. Cue this look from Jacey of Damsel In Dior. Keep the look simple with black pointed-toe booties and a statement bag.


Go-To Flannel



Flannel is a given when the weather gets chilly. Whether you opt to tie a button-up around your waist for a '90s grunge or half-tuck it into a leather skirt as Devon of Devon Rachel did, a flannel shirt is a fall wardrobe essential. We love her classic red-and-blue plaid. Plus, how amazing is her matching red handbag!


Monochromatic Minimalism



Irene of Irene's Closet's minimal and monochromatic look is on point for fall. Pairing a long wool coat and a simple dress in matching hues is an effortless way to look put together this fall. Complete the look with booties and one statement accessory, such as a necklace, a scarf, or a bag.


After-Work Pencil Skirt



Get more mileage out of your pencil skirts by adding a graphic tee and tough leather booties for a spin outside the office. Rachel of Pink Peonies rocks her coated-denim pencil skirt with a leopard clutch—huge for fall—and a leather jacket. The look is perfect for happy hour with the girls or a dinner date.


Graphic Sweater



Ashley of Side Smile Style rocks the casual tomboy look with boyfriend shorts, slip-on sneakers, and a window-pane sweater. Graphic sweaters are perfect for cozy fall days. Look for sweaters with large patterns in subtle color schemes and lightweight fabrics. When the temperature drops, swap the shorts for boyfriend jeans and trade sneakers for heeled booties.


White Oxford Shirt



We're firm believers in the power of a well-fitted white oxford. The classic style is a wardrobe staple due to its versatility and universally flattering qualities. Julie of Sincerely, Jules knows how to rock the classics. She paired her button-up with raw-hem charcoal jeans—the new go-to denim for fall—and simple accessories. Whether you wear it for work or play, this will be your new favorite shirt for fall.


Oversize Sweater



This season, bigger is better. Aimee from Song of Style pairs an oversize sweater with a silky slip dress. The play on textures and proportions adds interest to this look and is something we're inspired by for fall. Ditch the tights, and opt for knee-high boots for extra style points.


Floor-Dusting Cardigan



It's time to pull your long sweaters to the front of your wardrobe again. Labériane from The Blab proves that a long cardigan, which she wears buttoned-up as a shirt, can look cool in 2014. Tip: Look for a cardigan in a light color and super soft fabric to look stylish and not dowdy.


Cheeky Sweatshirts



Rolling out of bed in the fall is hard, we know. Luckily, sweatshirts are a totally acceptable style this season. Carmen of The Chronicles of Her looks equal parts comfy and stylish in her wordy sweatshirt. Always pair your sweatshirt with at least one tailored item to avoid looking messy. We love her white skinnies (yes, even for fall—Labor Day be damned). Bonus: Check out her blog for three more ways to style this sweatshirt.


Layer, Layer, Layer



Kat of With Love From Kat keeps things classic with this laid-back layered look. In keeping with our motto for fall 2014—simple, comfy, classic—Kat throws a pastel pink sweater over a pale oxford teamed with casual boyfriend jeans. Add a pop of pattern with leopard pumps. Our only qualm: Where's your pumpkin spice latte, girl?


Dressed-Up Joggers



Sweatshirts aren't the only comfort wear getting revamped for fall. Hedvig from The Northern Light rocks a tailored pair of joggers in a totally public-appropriate way. Our favorite fall shirt makes yet another appearance to add structure to her heather-gray pants. We love her pairing of classic pumps to add yet more elegance, but we're also on board with sneakers or loafers for added comfort.


’90s Grunge…Again



The dream of the '90s is alive in Scotland. Amy from The Little Magpie exudes '90s grunge in her white denim, gray jacket, and tattered plaid button-up. We've been incorporating pre-Y2K trends all summer—slip-on sandals, mules, high-waist everything—and we're not ready to let go of the dream just yet. Note: You don't have to overcommit to grunge. Amy adds a structured pair of suede booties to keep the look fashion-forward.