Happy What I’m Loving Wednesday!
Last week I shared that I’m loving all things fall and showed you how I was decorating the house for this season. This week I’ve totally been in the fall mood as I look at all the new items coming into stores and decided to share with you my fall staple items. Here’s the kicker I have 5 and they are all under $50!
1. Quilted Vest
Fit Tips: Vest tts, M is a bit tight across the chest if zipped // Jeggings tts, 10 // Boots tts
When it comes to fall in TX I need lightweight layers for those times when the mornings start to cool down but it still can get into the 80s mid-day. That is why I ABSOLUTELY love a lightweight puffer vest.
This season I told myself “Ryanne, you don’t need another vest!” Then I saw this golden color at Old Navy and you guessed it I grabbed it up! Last year I was in love with the ones at J.Crew Factory but this year they really didn’t do any great colors and the price at Old Navy is awesome. These are regularly $34.99 but you can use code SWEET to get 20% off or use your Old Navy Cash through 9/15.
I might have a little bit of a problem…
2. Plaid Shirt
Fit Tips: Plaid shirt size up for looser fit, L // jeggings tts, 10 // Boots tts
Another staple for fall is a lightweight plaid flannel shirt, I swear the second I see plaid (especially buffalo plaid) I’m looking for pumpkins! This rust colored plaid as well as the black and white plaid are both from Target and normal $19.99 but are on sale right now for only $15!!
Plaid shirts are great because they can be styled in so many different ways for fall from early fall with sleeves rolled up to later fall layered under a cardigan. This one I really like because it has that oversized boyfriend feel and now that it has gone back on sale it’s under $50!
3. Pull-on Jeans
Fit Tips: Sweatshirt tts, M is oversized feeling // jegging tts, 10 // Converse tts
Now when fall comes around I start to think sweatshirts and tunics and if I’m getting a long shirt then I FOR SURE want some comfy stretchy jeans. Last year I picked up these Old Navy Rockstar pull-on jeggings and I was smitten. Old Navy has so many washes you can find about any color you need.
I am in-between a wide calf and regular calf boot so having these skinny jeggings make such a difference while wearing boots during the fall. Now I will say that this year I fell in love with the Spanx pull-on jegging that has some light distressing but unfortunately those are over $50!
4. Pretty Cami
Fit Tips: Lace cami tts, L // pull-on jeans tts, 10 // Plaid shirt size up for looser fit, L // v neck cami tts, M
My next have item for fall might be a surprise because normally I don’t think cami and fall but let’s be real I layer ALL THE TIME in fall. Under jackets, cardigans, plaid shirts and I always want to have a pretty cami that is not too clingy, lightweight and a little v-neck action.
This year I have fallen hard for the lace cami from Abercrombie & Fitch and ended up grabbing it in about 4 colors. Although it’s starting to go on clearance and I’m not seeing a ton of sizes available. Good thing I found this new Target cami in a great sandwich material and rust color. It has adjustable straps and perfectly flowy and soft.
5. Slip On Shoes
During the fall it’s time for football, pumpkin patches, trick or treating and cooking Thanksgiving so as much as I love a great pair of booties so many times I’m grabbing a pair of slip on sneakers. I LOVE my converse shoreline since they have the stretchy back but recently I found these blowfish sneakers with elastic laces and I love them too!
Both styles are under $50 (well the converse are exactly $50) and they come in a TON of colors for any fall outfit you are loving.
Hope you love some of my staples but leave a comment below on your favorite items for fall!
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