Sweater Weather

This post was originally published on Collegefashionista.com. All photos and styling were my own work.

 

It’s finally that time of year again when Fashionistas put together their perfect fall looks. Plaid, comfy sweaters and cute boots are the perfect combination for a crisp, cool autumn day. This Fashionista put together all of the elements of fall fashion into this unique look.

To make a sweater interesting, try finding one in a kimono style. It’s a perfect piece that is comfy yet distinct. This style has an aztec print for detail and is made with a super warm fabric. For extra warmth, you can wear a cozy solid sweater underneath. This Fashionista wore a gray waffle sweater for warmth and to contrast the kimono. For this particular ensemble, any jeans or leggings will make it super trendy. Finally, to finish off the outfit, a pair of your cutest fall booties. What makes this style so great is that you can wear this look with almost any style of boots. This Fashionista chose tall black leather boots to contrast the grey of the sweater. Since she wasn’t headed for class, she chose a small cross-body bag to carry around some cash. However, this outfit would look perfect with a large tote of any kind to throw some books in!

This look is so versatile it can be worn to class, brunch and even apple picking! Depending on the event, you can dress it up with high heel boots and accessories, or dress it down with little booties. If the weather outside is colder then anticipated, grab a snug beanie hat to make this look warm and trendy! Regardless of where your headed, this outfit the epitome of fall fashion!

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