With the turning of leaves, fall is definitely here. Compared to typical mid-October mornings, we have gladly postponed the introduction of knee-length puffer jackets and thermal mugs to our everyday outfits. When incorporating detail into an outfit, one tends to ask, how much is too much? What I loved most about this Fashionista was the balance of detail between patterns, accessories and accents. Typically, this Fashionista styles a “very eclectic” look, however, here she can be found styling mostly Free People, from almost head-to-toe.

My favorite aspect about this Fashionista’s outfit is that with the incorporation of unique detailing, she was able to stay true to her own personal style, self-described as loose and funky. From her Chilean silver beaded earrings to her simple leather belt from Utah, her look is truly one-of-a-kind. It was nearly impossible to miss this Fashionista with her vintage-inspired Saints Le Punk Star jeans by One Teaspoon. I love how she paired her crisscrossed floral patterned bralette and cream cut-out sweater, creating an alternative vibe from the back while still keeping comfort in mind. With the simple addition of a medium brown leather belt, this Fashionista created a more fitted look to her ultra distressed mid rise boyfriend jeans. Contributing to the distressed and vintage aesthetic of the outfit, she added her staple gray Lost Valley ankle boots. Finishing off the look, she added her favorite gray gradient lense pilot-shaped Ray-Bans.

Though this Fashionista often goes for a spunky look, this outfit can also be easily dressed down. Just swap the floral bralette for a simple, neutral one and instead of ankle boots, throw on a pair of comfortable white high-top Converse. Remember to stay true to your style and never underestimate the power of the right details and accessories.