Fall NYC Streetstyle

OUTFIT DETAILS

LACE TOP: Free People | DRESS: Free People | BOOTS: Steve Madden | BAG: Gucci | EARRINGS: Nordstrom

Happy Monday! I am so excited to be sharing this outfit with you that I wore at NYFW because it is one of my favorite looks ever. Free People always makes the cutest fall clothes and this lace turtleneck and dress were two must haves for me this fall. I personally love pairing shorter dresses/skirts with OTK boots in the fall, but a pair of booties would also look adorable with this outfit. This is the perfect outfit to wear to any fall event you have, birthday party, brunch, etc! I will be wearing this outfit a ton this season.

You could also style this dress in different ways to change it up a bit. It would look cute with a black long sleeve shirt under the dress paired with black mules or boots, or you could add a sweater/jean jacket over the dress as well. I will have fun styling it different ways!

While I was in NY for Fashion Week, I saw so many fun styles that are majorly trending this fall, so I wanted to share them with you today. My favorite trend that I saw was animal prints. I saw tons of leopard and snake skin, but the leopard is by far my favorite print for fall. I am ordering this phone case and this cardigan. I also love these shoes and this skirt. You will be seeing a TON of animal prints this fall…so stock up now!

Another trend I love for fall is faux shearling. In NY I saw shearling coats, shoes, and even purses. I am so happy that this trend is so in because you can pretty much find shearling everywhere! Some of my favorite shearling pieces are this jacket, this blush pink coat, and these booties.

What trends are you most excited to try this fall? Leave me a comment and let me know! Also, check out these outfits for fall if you need more inspo.

Thanks for stopping by!

Photo Credit: Angeline Nina Photography

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