WHAT TO WEAR: Autumn Adventures

Are you going to a pumpkin patch, Halloween shopping or getting coffee and enjoying the weather? This effortless look is perfect for fall afternoons when the sun is shining and the temperatures are still fairly warm and breezy. If you want to look casual and cool, but also put together this season, look no further.

This Fashionista’s outfit is perfect for October days, because it is comfortable and laid back, but also sophisticated and stylish. The warm burnt orange hue of the top matches the leaves, and immediately pulls someone in to an October mindset…..without looking like a pumpkin. Also, by keeping the top a solid color makes the look more mature and relaxed, as does the simple cut and light weight material. Perfect for spending the afternoon outdoors.

If you don’t have a pair of girlfriend jeans, stop what you’re doing and invest, because they will be your autumn go-to. The loose (but still super flattering) fit keeps these jeans cute and refreshing next to the myriad of skinny jeans. Jumping in piles of leaves, going on a hayride or trying on Halloween costumes has never been more chic and incredibly comfortable. The medium wash, the cut off and the slight distress all combine to achieve an easy going look. Plus, since they are so comfortable, you can wear them all day and night. Seriously.

With Halloween right around the corner, every wardrobe needs something edgy. Black leather accessories do the trick. Straying away from a platform, this Fashionista’s flat boot is comfortable and casual enough to be worn all day, which is perfect for a fall festival, apple picking or whatever else meets your autumn desires. Since the boots have a slight lug sole they stand out and are more stylish then the typical black booties.

This look also works well for fall afternoons because it can transitions from day to night extremely easily. When it starts getting colder, and the sun goes down, throw on a leather jacket or a chunky knit cardigan and boom. You’re ready to go to that concert or brave your way through that creepy haunted house.