Fall Street Style Vibes: Basically, just find a street to cross and you’re there.
Pumpkin Spice Latte (PSL) season is almost upon us! Brace yourself PSL hits Starbucks on August 28th, which means that Fall is officially (unofficially) 10 days away.
So with PSL EVERYTHING heading your way, let’s talk about everything we’re loving, craving, and heavily vibing on for Fall.
We asked you on Instagram the following questions:
-What are y’all most excited to wear this fall??
-What colors are you most excited about for fall??
-Do you have any style questions for us??
We read your answers, responded to your pressing style questions, and here’s your inspirational mood board for fall also with an extra dash of answered style questions.
Here's your magic decoder ring to figure out what it means:
- -Blanker Scarves
- -Chunky Knit Sweaters
- -Cozy Sweaters
- -Sparkle Boots
- -Tall Over the Knee Boots
- -Turtle Neck Shirts & Sweaters
- Color Palette: Maroon, Burgundy, Olive, Army Green, Navy, Teal, Orange, Pink, Yellow, and Grey
AND LOTS OF LEOPARD PRINT
Your Fall Style Questions
Can I still wear pink in fall or is that taboo?
Of course, you can! You do you, boo. The love for Millenial Pink is still going strong, but more than that it’s a personal style preference. If pink for fall is your jam, pick a deeper color pink or a true light pink. Steer away from bright and neon.
Are gray, mustard, and marron a good color combination of the fall?
Yes! Mixing and matching colors is all about complementary colors (a.k.a. the color on the color wheel that is across from them.) So red and green are complementary colors. Secondary complementary colors are colors that make a triangle inside of the color wheel. Gray is a great neutral so it will balance the different color pairings.
How can I resurrect my style in a cheaper way? I want a vintage, casual 70’s / 80’s look.
While updating your style is a really big topic that I could write an entire series about (and probably will at some point), here a quick little “how-to” on revamping, updating, elevating, and changing your personal style.
In the words of famed stylist Rachel Zoe, “Style is a way of saying who you are without having to speak.” Figuring out and developing your personal style is another whole process and blog post, but if you have a style direction that you want to go like 70’s/80’s here’s how to change your style without breaking the bank:
1. It’s all about the “High/ Low”.
“High/ Low” refers to mixing and matching pricer staple pieces (High) like your flare jeans with less expensive trendier pieces like accessories.
2. Find a Style Icon
If I had to pick, I’d go with Farrah Fawcett because who doesn’t love the feather flip!! But there are many other 70’s style icons to choose from (click HERE to find yours). Then find pieces in their wardrobe that you want to see in yours!
3. Make a Shopping List
Shopping can be overwhelming, but if you make a list before you go you’re sure to buy things you a) LOVE and b) need. So you’re looking for flare denim or maybe a cute denim mini, put ’em on your list! And if 70’s vibes are what you’re feeling be sure to check us our goodies in-store and online.
Want to share what you’re loving for fall or have a style question of your own?? Leave a comment below!