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Bruin Style: Fall fashion lookbook

Pull out the sweaters, take a trip to your favorite local corn maze and fill your life with pumpkin spice, because it’s finally fall! We’ve all waited patiently for the weather to cool down, so we can layer up and try out all the best fall fashion trends, and now the time is here. Let’s take a look at some of the best fall fashion trends you can explore this season!

Pleated Pants:

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Pleated pants are the perfect way to spice up any everyday outfit. The pleats give off a more tailored and sophisticated look, while still giving you the comfort of pajama pants. Double win. For fall, I’ve styled it with a fitted, striped long-sleeve tee, some close-toed heels for a more dressed up look, my straw hat and black tassel earrings.

Denim overalls:

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For some reason, fashion experts decided that western wear was in for fall, and that includes all those cute denim dresses, so don’t put them away just yet! Pair them with your favorite sweater and ankle booties, and you’re ready to hit the pumpkin patch with your girls or someone special.

Victorian Collars: 

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Victorian collars are the way to go for taking your typical turtleneck and switching it up for a fun yet bold look. Making any blouse look more sophisticated and prestigious, these high necklines are the perfect transition from warm to cool weather. Go for a loose blouse that has lots of character and gets more form-fitted around the neck and wrists for a flirty daytime look.

The Peacoat: 

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Pull out those long coats, ladies, because they are the statement this fall. Plus, blush or dusty rose colors are everywhere this season. Layering with peacoats are the perfect way to make your outfits structured and tailored, providing you with a clean look. Try pairing it with your favorite collared blouse and matching ballet flats for a more “Parisian” look.

Medieval Dress Sleeves:

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Did someone say Renaissance? Make a statement this fall with medieval resemblance sleeves. The sleeves are big and loud enough, so no need to add many accessories. Pair it with some simple drop earrings or your favorite Cabby hat for the complete look.

Oversized scarves:

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Bring out those blankets! Oh, I mean scarves. The bigger the better for this season. Let this be the main focal point for your ensemble. For a more classic look, go for the Audrey Hepburn style. All fitted black from head to toe, throw on a scarf and hit the town.

Now cozy up with your new fall fashions, and happy shopping!

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Fall lookbook arranged and written by Heather King. Photos by Gatlin Thornton.

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