Sustainable Style Sessions is a project that I am extremely passionate about. I have so much fun styling these outfits from my closet for you! This week I’m sharing three fall outfits to recreate. My goal in these style sessions is 2 things: 1. to inspire you to shop your closet, and 2. to give you ideas for outfits with pieces you probably already have! I wrote about it more in this Instagram post, but the good ‘ol days of simple outfit inspo are long gone, and I really want to bring them back! So here we go.
Three Fall Outfits To Recreate
Note: I linked to exact pieces when possible but many of these items I’ve had for awhile and won’t be in stock. I also wanted to take away any “mystery” by giving the exact name and fit/style info where each piece is concerned in case you are in the market for a new item. BUT before shopping these links, make sure to check out your closet to see if you can recreate this with what you already have!
// OUTFIT ONE
Super old plaid flannel shirt
J.Crew Mules from last year (but still in stock here I believe)
// OUTFIT TWO
This bodysuit looks soooo good with skinny jeans. It is very slimming! For this look I wanted to do a “I’m headed to the pumpkin patch, but it’s still hot out” look. I’m very familiar with that feeling, so it was important to me to speak to that for all of you friends in the South! I love a good flannel top as both a waist ornament and as a functional way to keep warm as the night goes on.
Veja Esplar Tennis shoes in Extra White (size 40, runs TTS)
// OUTFIT THREE
All black plus brown? Yes please! The ivory rancher hat is unexpected but really makes this look, in my opinion! Friends, do not be afraid of black and brown!
VETTA Capsule cropped mock neck sweater – (size small TTS)
I hope you enjoyed this sustainable style session on three fall outfits to recreate. Visit my Instagram profile to vote on which look you like best!
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