5 Fall Key Pieces Under $200
Staple Items To Have In Your Closet This Fall
Fall is officially here, and if you’re planning on taking some time to have a closet cleanup, I wanted to share five fall key pieces to check for (or add to your cart) that are staples in my closet for the season ahead!
First off, a good pair of jeans is a must! I’ve been a fan of the mom jeans style recently, and this high-rise pair with tapered legs would be a great one to add to your closet. Madewell’s denim is one of my favorites – they’re known for their signature soft fabric that has “an old-school look and a touch of stretch.”
Charlotte Tilbury Lipsticks have been a tried and true in my makeup bag for years. Since I tend to prefer wearing a muted nude matte lip for fall, the shade “supermodel” is my current obsession! It has a slight rosy tint while still feeling a little moody – I can’t recommend it enough! Also, If you’ve put off matte lipsticks in the past for being dry, give this one a try. It’s moisturizing and long-lasting, so you get the best of both worlds!
MADEWELL | UNDER $100
CHARLOTTE TILBURY | IN MY PURSE
MANGO | UNDER $100
Floral Midi Dress
MARC FISHER | IN MY CLOSET
Leather Pointy Toe Bootie
MANGO | UNDER $130
Classic Cotton Trench Coat
Floral midi dresses are a year-round staple for me, but jewel-toned dresses with moody floral prints are one of my secrets to dressing for fall in Florida. This Mango dress is stunning and also under $100! Last week I rounded up 14 fall dresses under $150, so head to this post to shop more of my picks.
Leather booties are such a timeless piece that immediately makes me think of fall! I’m excited to wear these Marc Fisher booties again this season. I love the pointy-toe silhouette and curved heel – it feels very sleek and elevated! They fit true to size and come in a few different colors as well.
Lastly, you can’t go through fall without a classic trench, ha! They’re a staple piece you can style with almost any outfit and look super chic. Since trench coats are on the lighter side, I love layering them over sweaters and dresses when the weather starts dipping in the 60s.