Sustainable Fall fashion essentials

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I’m a firm believer that you can always be stylish, no matter what the season. But this time of year, when the leaves are turning and autumn is sending chills through you, it’s especially important to dress well. Fortunately, I’ve got some tips on how you can stay warm and fashionable in the fall months without breaking the bank.


A sweater is a must-have for fall. You can wear them with anything from jeans to dresses and they look great with scarves or jackets. They’re also super versatile and easy to wear, making them a great staple piece for your closet.


Fall boots are a great way to add warmth, style and protection to your outfit. If you live in a place that gets cold in the fall, boots can be one of the best ways to keep your feet warm. They also give you a little bit more height (which is always needed if you’re short like me), so they’re great at adding style points. Finally, boots provide comfort for those long walks through the woods or on city streets—especially when paired with leggings or tights!

Bag and wallet

You will need a bag to carry all of your stuff around. A good, durable bag is an investment that will last you years, so why not make sure it’s sustainable? There are a lot of options out there for sustainable bags and wallets that are stylish as well. You can get a wallet or purse made from recycled materials, like Tyvek and vinyl. Another option is leather made from old car seats and truck tires!

These products might seem expensive at first glance—but when you consider that they’re made from things that would otherwise end up in landfills or burn piles (or even worse), then the price tag seems pretty reasonable. Plus… who doesn’t love shopping for new clothes?!


Hats are a great way to keep your head warm in the fall. You can also use them as an opportunity to add some style to your outfit, especially if you’re going for a more casual look. There are lots of different types of hats available, and each one will give you a different look depending on how they’re shaped and what material they’re made from.

The most common type of hat is probably the beanie—a tight-fitting knit hat that covers your ears and comes down over your forehead. While these are definitely cute, they tend to be pretty basic since there isn’t much room for creativity when it comes down to design choices like color or style; however, there are still plenty of different colors and patterns available so there’s always something new to try out!

If you want something more fashionable but still functional (i.e., keeps your head warm), consider trying out earmuffs instead! They make great accessories because they come in all kinds colors/designs – e nd up looking really fancy without having spend too much money on it 🙂


While coats are often the most expensive item of clothing in your wardrobe, they’re also a great investment. A good coat will last for years and will make you feel like a million bucks whether you’re wearing it to work or out on the town. While there are many factors that go into finding the right coat, one thing is clear: quality fabric makes all the difference. Look for something not too heavy or light depending on the season, but don’t skimp on price either—you want something that will keep you warm without sacrificing your style points!

As with any garment, fit is key when purchasing a new coat. If it doesn’t fit right now (and don’t be afraid to try things on before buying), then it won’t fit later when you’ve gained some weight from all those holiday cookies!

Jeans or trousers

Whether it’s jeans, trousers, or a pair of chinos that you prefer, this classic staple can be worn with almost any look.

  • Jeans: The quintessential American garment has been around for centuries and continues to be a staple in fashion today. A pair of well-fitting jeans are appropriate for every occasion from work to play. They’re also easy to dress up or down depending on what you wear them with—you can go casual with a t-shirt and sneakers or dressier with a sweater and boots.
  • Trousers: An alternative option to the classic blue jean is pants made from wool or cotton twill fabrics such as khaki chinos (also known as “chino” pants). These have become increasingly popular thanks to their versatility; they’re great for dressing up but can still be worn casually if paired with sneakers instead of dress shoes!


Dresses are a great fall essential, especially for those of us who live in warmer climates. Maxi dresses are always a good choice for the season, because they can easily be layered with sweaters or jackets and still look chic. In addition to maxi skirts and dresses being popular this season, floral prints are also making their way back into the fashion world. It’s not hard to find an affordable dress that will last you through the whole season—just avoid anything too short or tight fitting!

You can always be stylish in the fall.

Fall fashion is a great way to get into the spirit of the season. It’s also an ideal opportunity to explore sustainable fashion, as some of these tips are compatible with both interests.

One easy way to be more sustainable in your wardrobe is by creating a capsule wardrobe: a small collection of versatile pieces that work well together and can be mixed and matched for multiple outfits. If you’re not sure where to start when it comes to building a sustainable capsule wardrobe, try this trick: choose one base piece (for example, jeans) and then select two other items that complement that piece perfectly (say, a blouse or shirt). Then fill out the remainder of your closet with plenty of accessories—scarves are always good choices!


Now that we’ve shown you all the fall fashion trends, it’s time to get out there and show off your style! It’s important to remember that being fashionable doesn’t mean wearing expensive clothing or following every trend. Instead, it means finding pieces that flatter your body type and personality while still looking stylish. Now go ahead and try these tips on for size!

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