One of the best parts of fall is finally getting to transition your closet for cooler temperatures. I've officially made the switch from tank tops to sweaters, open-toe shoes to boots and I'm actually really excited about it!
SHOP MY LOOK HERE:
Hunter: Original Tall Gloss c/o / J. Jill: Quilted Jacket c/o [similar here and here] / Gap: Red Plaid Skirt *ON MAJOR SALE* take 40% off with the code "BOO" [comes in pink and blue] / Foxcroft: White Oxford / ASOS: Neck Bow Tie [more structured one here] / Celine: Nano Luggage [similar here and here] / Hue: Cable Knit Socks / YSL: Lipgloss
My favorite fall (and winter) boots have always been Hunter. They're so classic and can truly be dressed for all occasions. The best thing about cute rain boots is that they don't have to be exclusive to the rain! I've worn them in the snow and while apple picking (just to name a few).
One thing that is really weird about me: I love to wear skirts in the fall. It's weird because I'm not a huge fan of them in the summer because we have dresses and shorts to be worn. So in the fall I always seem to break out my favorite skirts and wear them to death.
Now here's a pro tip for you: when wearing skirts in colder months, it's best to decorate your legs. First, so people don't think you're crazy, and secondly, you can stay semi warm. Best thing to wear? Boots.
Boots of any kind -- high, low, over-the-knee, all the way up the leg, whatever you need! I personally like to wear the knee-high boot with a cute boot sock under. It gives it a little more pizzazz and makes the whole look more feminine. Plus it's fall, so you've gotta layer.
And if you're in the market for boots (of any kind) make sure to check out Zappos! They've always been a go-to for shoe shopping. They legit have the best customer service and free shipping. It's a no-brainier. This is my first pair of gloss Hunters and I love them! I'm thinking of buying the red pair next...