Fall Lookbook 2016

Fall is the season of booties, cardigans, and faux fur. But this year, it’s also the season of turtlenecks, mocknecks, and slip dresses! I did a fall fashion favorites post a awhile ago, and here is my fall lookbook : )

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Great for warmer fall days. The neckline of the silk cami is very trendy, lots of dresses have that neckline too!

Lulus Find Your Love Black Satin Top / ASOS Rivington High Waist Denim Jeggings in Washed Black with Ripped Knees / Zara sweater cardigan (similar) / Booties with buckle detail / Forever21 Faux Suede Ring Choker (similar)

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A neutral and fashion-forward look that’s easy to throw on. Duster coats are super in!

Turtleneck Sweater Top (similar) / ASOS Rivington High Waist Denim Jeggings in Washed Black with Ripped Knees / Black Coat with waist tie / Stuart Weitzman Leather Booties (similar)

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Another neutral and fashion-forward look that’s easy to throw on (as you can tell, I REALLY like my ASOS jeans). My favorite part about this outfit is my teddy coat!

H&M White Sweater Top (similar) / ASOS Rivington High Waist Denim Jeggings in Washed Black with Ripped Knees / BB Dakota Jacket (similar) / Jeffrey Campell Booties (similar) / Faux Suede Ring Choker (similar)

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I had to include my favorite way to wear slip dresses!

H&M Mockneck Top (similar) / Urban Outfitters Slip Dress /White Velcro Sneakers / Tiffany 1837 Interlocking Circles Necklace / Longchamp Backpack in Navy

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And of course, it’s not a fall lookbook without a faux fur vest!

Turtleneck Sweater Top (similar here and here) / Gray Faux Fur Vest (similar here, here and here) / American Eagle Black Jeans / Booties with buckle detail

I hope you enjoyed my fall lookbook! Let me know which outfit is your favorite in the comments below. Thanks for stopping by : )

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  1. November 13, 2016 / 5:23 PM

    Soooo cute I can’t choose a favourite!! <3

    • November 13, 2016 / 5:29 PM

      Haha not the Zara girls faux fur vest outfit?

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