As we all know by now, this fall is going to be weird, just as this spring and summer were. Even though fall is my favorite season to shop for, shopping is something I’ll be doing less of. Fewer places to go means fewer outfit needs, but that doesn’t mean I won’t be buying anything.
This year especially, I’ve been preaching quality over quantity, and instead of filling my closet with lots of cheap, low-quality pieces that I’ll probably only wear once, I’m investing my shopping budget in pieces I’ll wear over and over and that are as versatile as can be.
I’m well aware that the word “practical” can make the average fashion girl cringe, but it’s a great thing in this case. I’m talking about wearable, functional, comfortable items that are also stylish. The fact that these items made their way into my cart even when there’s hardly anywhere to go this year means they must be special. Scroll to shop them along with me.
Prada Patent Leather Loafers ($850)
An investment for sure, but not one that you’ll regret saving up for.
Mango Leather Heel Loafers ($120)
By Far Black Nick Loafers ($460)
Every one of our editors is obsessed with these, myself included.
Citizens of Humanity Charlotte High Rise Straight Jeans ($268)
My idea of the perfect jeans.
Good American Good Legs Crop Jeans ($145)
I can always use a new pair of black skinny jeans.
AG The Alexxis Jeans in 1992 Primer ($235)
In case you’re in the market for a good pair of stretch jeans, I found ’em.
Totême Annecy Oversized Quilted Padded Shell Coat ($750)
I think about this coat a lot.
Mango Handmade Wool Coat ($200)
Now is the time to buy a camel coat (i.e. before they all sell out).
The North Face 1996 Retro Nuptse Jacket ($279)
Illesteva Wilson Sunglasses ($220)
I’m ready to return to classic shades after years of statement ones.
Karen Wazen Glamorous Sunglasses ($135)
I love these subtlety retro frames.
Naked Cashmere Noelle Sweater ($245)
Brown is the big It color this fall, so I’ve been on the hunt for a cozy chocolate sweater.
Free People Retrograde Cashmere Set ($248)
I just added this to cart so quickly.
Everlane The Cashmere Lantern Sweater ($120)
I buy at least one Everlane cashmere sweater every year.
Slip Pure Silk Adult Pleated Face Covering ($39)
We’re stuck with masks for awhile, so might as well get some nice ones.
KES Peace Face Covering – Military Silk (2 in 1 Pack) ($27)
I can’t stop buying KES masks—they’re so beautiful.
Loeffler Randall Bridget Chelsea Combat Boots ($395)
Fancy Chelsea combat boots are something I think I’ll wear even after the trend has peaked.
Staud Palamino Boots ($425)
These are so sleek.
Sam Edelman Justina Chelsea Boots ($150)
I love boots that are easy to walk in but will also make me taller.
Mateo Initial 14-Karat Gold Diamond Necklace ($595)
Initial jewelry is something I’ll never ever tire of.
Mejuri Sculptural Hoops ($120)
Neous Neptune Knotted Pleated Leather Shoulder Bag ($730)
I love an It bag that will never go out of style.
Proenza Schouler Small Ruched Tote ($895)
I’m a sucker for ruching.
Staud Jackie Bag ($350)
Another season, another gorgeous Staud bag I want.
Wolford Colorado String Bodysuit ($250)
Wolford bodysuits are worth the hype.
Wolford Berlin Round-Neck Bodysuit ($240)
Just think of all the layering possibilities.
Vince Loni Genuine Shearling Slipper ($150)
These remind me of teddy bears, which is a good thing.
Minnetonka Flurry Scuff Faux Fur Slipper ($45)
The perfect remedy for those really cold mornings.
Ugg Genuine Shearling Slipper ($120)
I’m ready for these to be permanently stuck to my feet.
Everlane The Perform Legging ($58)
I actually just got these chocolate brown leggings and they are beautiful.
Ugg Zahara Biker Shorts ($58)
Did you know that Ugg makes apparel? Now you do.
Alo Bae Crop Hoodie ($88)
For lounging or going.
Next up, the biggest fall 2020 trends, period.
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