While roaming the busy streets of New York City, you are surrounded by all sorts of fashion chaos. I couldn’t help but notice this Fashionista strutting her way to class in the hottest trend this season: denim overalls. If you aren’t already aware, the ‘70s and ’90s classics have been making there way back into the fashion world since last spring. We’ve seen it everywhere, from the multicolored scrunchies, interlock choker necklaces, to tighter than tight crop tops. Overalls have slowly but surely established their place in every stylish girl’s wardrobe this season. Whether it was the dusty pair in the back of the closet from fourth grade or the newest styles worn by all the hot fashion celebrities like Blake Lively, Gwen Stefani and Kendall Jenner. Overalls are a fall must-have.

With such a time-inspired piece like overalls, knowing how to wear them can be challenging. This Fashionista had no trouble putting together her runway-inspired ensemble. She chose a light-wash denim distressed overall, similar to those seen in Rebecca Minkoff‘s spring 2015 runway collection. She layered this statement piece with a lightweight, burnt-orange sweater, perfect for breaking the chill of a fall breeze. She cuffed her overalls to show off her stunning heeled booties, giving her length and confidence in her step. This Fashionista’s bag of choice is a taupe, bohemian-styled backpack, making it easy to carry around all her everyday school essentials. To top of her look, she threw on a chic, all-black floppy hat.

This outfit, among many, is one of favorites because it goes to show how truly timeless denim is. It is a piece that can be changed from comfy and causal to chic and refined. No matter the years that passed, throw on some denim and you will always be a fashionable Fashionista!

What is your STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK? “Rather than wearing an itchy or tight fitted fall garment, I chose to pick a simple woven Madewell sweater. I try to focus on comfort rather than couture because if you don’t feel good, you won’t look good.”