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Top 10 Fall Trends You Can Actually Afford

Top 10 Fall Trends You Can Actually Afford

If you haven't heard of Beginning Boutique, where have you even been? BB is one of my favorite Australian women's clothing stores in the GAME and they were generous enough to sponsor this post on my favorite fall trends


I practically lived in their dresses all summer, and I'm getting super excited share some of my TOP 10 FAVORITE FALL TRENDS, courtesy of Beginning Boutique's amazingly affordable collection:

1. FAUX FUR OVER-SIZED JACKETS

Yay for FAUX! I love the look of oversized ‘fur' jackets with vintage denim and simple t-shirts. They keep you warm AND looking stylish. Plus, faux is just plain affordable, so feel free to buy more than one

Top 10 Fall Trends You Can Actually Afford - faux fur jackets
I.AM.GIA Stefani Coat in Leopard ($99)

2. OVER-THE-KNEE BOOTS

I'm starting to think these never go out of style, and I'm THRILLED about it. BB has some amazing suede boots that look just like Stuart Weitzman's and are literally a quarter of the price. Some other Stuart Weitzman look-a-likes are here, here and here.  

Top 10 Fall Trends You Can Actually Afford - over the knee boots
Lipstik Strobe Boots in Black ($139) | Brown/Mocha ($60)

3. VINTAGE DENIM JEANS

I'm REALLY feelin' the vintage this year. Roll up the bottoms and pop on a pair of ankle booties to complete a laid back, yet ‘model-off-duty' kind of look. My favorite denim pieces are here, here and here (besides those pictured below). 

Top 10 Fall Trends You Can Actually Afford - vintage denim
BB Exclusive – ‘Baby Got Back' Jeans ($109)

4. CORSETS

Corsets look best over a slouchy T-Shirt Dress. You can dress the look up with a pair of heels, or dress down for school with some sneakers. There is also this AMAZING T-shirt dress with a built-in corset that I'm obsessed with and is perfect for an everyday look

Top 10 Fall Trends You Can Actually Afford - Corsets
Famous T-Shirt Dress & Corset Set ($69)

5. TRENCHES

I love the look of trench jackets and vests paired with vintage denim cut-offs, a slouchy tee and ankle boots. There are so many ways to dress up or down with a trench, and I think it's the perfect accessory to add a touch of sophistication to any back-to-school outfit.

Top 10 Fall Trends You Can Actually Afford - trenches
Windsor Trench Coat in Khaki ($109)

6. THE SHIRT DRESS

A little bit of shirt dress never hurt anybody. A longer take on the classic blouse, as shirt dress is perfect for day to night transitions. Dress it up with some ankle booties and you're good to go!

Top 10 Fall Trends You Can Actually Afford - The Shirt Dress
Franklin Shirt Dress ($69)

7. ANKLE BOOTIES

I'm obsessed with the amount of different looks you can create with ankle booties. Dress up a pair of track pants (see below), vintage denim cutoffs, corset dress, or fur look with an impeccable pair of suede goodness.

Top 10 Fall Trends You Can Actually Afford - ankle boots
Tony Bianco Diddy Boots ($219)

8. BIKER JACKETS

You can literally never go wrong (or be more badass) with a biker jacket. Wear it with anything (slouchy dress, tight skirt, vintage jeans) and look like perfection. BB has some amazing biker jackets under $150 here!

Top 10 Fall Trends You Can Actually Afford - Biker Jackets
Brando Biker Jacket in Black ($139)

9. TRACK PANTS

I'm dying at the styling of track pants this season. I actually really like the look of them with heels and booties. It's taking athleisure to a whole new level.  Who knew something so comfortable could also be SO fashionable?

Top 10 Fall Trends You Can Actually Afford - Track Pants
Turner Track Pants ($69)

10.WIDE-LEG TROUSERS

Last but NOT least, the wide leg trouser is one of my favorite fall trends this season. I just think they are so classy and sophisticated. This is my new go-to for cocktail parties; stylish and fancy enough to get away with wearing something so comfortable!

Top 10 Fall Trends You Can Actually Afford - Wide Leg Trousers
Alicia Wide Leg Pants in Khaki ($99)



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