Written by Jennifer Heilbron
If I had to choose a favorite season to dress for, it would be FFS—that’s “Fall for Sure!” From turtlenecks, to knit dresses, to boots and plaid blazers, fall fashion right now is giving classic American with a touch of quiet luxury and a twist of spiked hot cider (okay, I made that one up). This year, I’m exceptionally excited for fall and winter parties as I’ve found so many fabulous party looks, it will be hard to choose!
Oversized Sweater & Satin Skirt
Sweater Dress & Boots
Cardigan & Trousers
Right now, cardigans with gold buttons, sometimes referred to as a “Lady Cardigan” on the ’gram, are all the rage. For an everyday look, I like to pair a Lady Cardigan with a white tee shirt and a pair of baggy jeans. But for the holidays, I want to step it up and go for a super polished, Parisian-vibe look by pairing it with a pair of trousers. These trousers happen to have some stretch which means more pie for me!
Blazer, Jeans & Bodysuit
If there is one item every woman has to have in their closet, it’s a fabulous blazer! Paired with jeans, or thrown over your shoulders with a dress, it’s a staple. I love the idea of a tweed or plaid blazer for the holidays to add a little texture to your look. Paired with jeans, a bodysuit and a pair of loafers, this is a look that you’ll feel on trend in and comfortable.
Last but certainly not least, the outfit that gets the award for “feels like you’re in pajamas but looks like a million bucks.” I love this coordinating sweater set. It comes in multiple colors, but of course I’m partial to the black with the white trim. Paired with Mary Janes, you can gobble ’til you wobble and also look completely cute!
Jennifer is a writer, mom of 3 and shopaholic. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, 3 sons and endless amounts of Amazon deliveries.
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