Fall Outfit Round-Up 2017

Fall is upon us, and today I am rounding up my outfits from the past two months! The last outfit round-up I did was for back-to-school, and I’m so excited to share this one with you. Fall fashion really depends on where you live, so I have some outfits for warmer fall days and some for chillier fall days. If you see an outfit on my Instagram that you like, make sure you check out my Shop tab (www.lovekimber.com/shop) for outfit details before they hit the blog 🙂

A little update on the shopping ban I talked about in a previous post. I ordered this jacket because I have been eyeing it for the longest time and I really want to bring it on my upcoming trip, but other than that, so far so good haha. Let’s begin!


This is a very casual outfit that I wore when I went to City Point Brooklyn to shop at Target and Trader Joe’s. I like to keep it simple when running errands, so sneakers are a must! Plus, the bodysuit is the perfect color for fall. (the necklace was a birthday present from a friend)

White sneakers

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I wore this outfit to brunch with a friend, and she was actually wearing the exact same skirt that day. #matching! You might have saw this in my September favorites. The wrap top is the color of pumpkin spice, and the skirt transitions really well from summer to autumn because of the length. I ordered this black pleated midi skirt back in August and it is finally being shipped out, so I can’t wait to wear it soon.

Wrap top
Pleated skirt (similar here)
White sneakers
Kate Spade bag (very old)

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This was one of my favorite dresses from summer! And since power red is super trendy this fall, it is perfect for autumn, especially on the warmer days. It has a cute bow cut-out detail, and I kept it casual with my white sneakers.

Red dress (similar here)
White sneakers
Maewoven bag

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I swear whenever I see someone in a jumpsuit, I automatically think they’re trendy and fashionable. And I love that this one has pin stripes! Pairing this with this turtleneck top underneath on the chillier days would be soo perfect.

Pin-striped jumpsuit (similar here)
Stuart Weitzman sandals (similar and more affordable here and here)

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Cold shoulder with ruffles? Sold. I love that this is a black sweater, so the ruffles aren’t super obvious, but adds a little something extra to the top. The skirt transitions really well from fall to winter because of the colors, and you can easily wear tights with boots when it gets colder.

Nordstrom top (sold out, similar herehere, and here)
Striped skirt
White sneakers


This is the same top but with a different skirt. The skirt has a bow detail on the side, and also transitions really well from autumn to winter. It is thicker than the previous one, and is from my how to style tights post!

Nordstrom top (sold out, similar herehere, and here)
Plaid skirt
Berkshire tights
Stuart Weitzman boots (similar and more affordable here)*
*I read a blog post about how this is the best dupe!


Pleated everything is still really trendy, and I love them on sweater sleeves. Since the sleeves flare out, I paired the top with a pencil skirt with a circle detail for some bling. I finished the look with some rain booties that you can’t see in these photos (sorry).

Nordstrom pleated sweater (sold out, similar here and here)
Black skirt (on sale)
Jack Rogers rain booties

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If you saw my apple picking post, you know how much I love sweater dresses. This one was also featured in my airport outfits post. They are just so easy to throw on! This is more like a sweatshirt dress because of the material, and it has a zipper detail on the side. It was a cozy Saturday morning on my rooftop, so I had my coffee in my Henri Bendel mug and cozy socks to keep me warm.

Sweatshirt dress (similar here* and here)
*I have this one in pink!
K. Bell socks
Henri Bendel mug

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I was working from home last week, so I finally had some time to get my nails done! I used an app called Snailz, which is a New York City based app that allows you to book nail appointments with a lot of the nail salons in the city. All you have to do is show up for your appointment, get your nails done, and leave. No need to take your card out to pay and possibly ruin your new nails, and you can even tip through the app! Super convenient. You can use code KIMB10 to get $10 off your next appointment.

Rose sweater
Black denim
Babe mug
DIY marble countertops

I went to Johnson’s Corner Farm this past weekend when I visited my friend in New Jersey, and it was so much fun! The cider donuts were delicious 🙂 I wore a very *fall* outfit, but it was actually 70 degrees for some reason and I was not dressed for that (oops). This was the second time I went apple picking this fall, and I definitely want to go again next year!

Choker sweater (old, similar here, here, and here)
Joie faux fur vest (old, similar here and here)
Hollister jeans (very old)
Booties with buckle detail

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Finally, my favorite jacket this season! And my favorite black denim with knee cutouts. I did an entire blog post about how to style this jacket three different ways, and I can’t wait to layer it with a cable-knit turtleneck sweater when it gets colder! It was raining so I wore my rain booties but (again) they didn’t make it into the photo because it’s quite difficult to get a full body photo at the High Line.

Suede moto jacket (similar and more affordable here)
Zara t-shirt (very old)
Black denim
Jack Rogers rain booties

And that wraps up my fall outfit round-up! If you ever see an outfit on my Instagram that you like, make sure to come to my blog’s shop page for all outfit details. Happy fall and have an amazing week! Thank you so much for stopping by 🙂



  1. October 24, 2017 / 10:13 AM

    I love the plaid skirt and the fall colors <3

  2. October 25, 2017 / 8:26 PM

    In love with your style as always! Didn’t even think of layering a choker sweater with a fur vest, might have to steal that idea hehe 🙂

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