It is that time of the year again. The days are getting shorter, the weather is changing, and you know what that means: it’s time to put away your swimsuits and replace them with thick sweaters and warm boots. But, before we dive into what to wear this fall, it’s important to set some ground rules. First of all, let’s be real: the odds of you finding a perfect match between your favourite clothing item and the temperature are very slim. Secondly, please don’t expect Matilda and Marceline to lay on the bed with their friends and cry because their wardrobes are not yet replenished. They probably already spent all their friendship gems on shoes and handbags. In the meantime, you can follow their lead and save up your gems for other purposes. Lastly, don’t be afraid to mix prints or patterns if you feel like it. The sky is the limit when it comes to stylish combinations.

The Perfect Way to Start Your Fall Wardrobe

Like many other fads and trends, this year’s fashion forecast is inspired by nature. In this case, the harbingers of autumn are the leaves, the trees, and the weather itself. All through the summer, nature provides us with perfect canvas upon which to display our artistic skills. Whether you are an amateur or a professional painter, you will find inspiration in all the colours and textures of autumn.

So, what type of clothing should you be wearing this fall? Where should you shop for it? How much should you spend? Start by looking into what type of clothing each season requires. Then, work your way up from the bottom: the best-selling items in your favourite stores will become your staples. Once you reach the top, you can branch out and experiment with other trends that came out this year. That way, you will never be short of inspiration for your wardrobe.

Autumn Clothing Requirements

Let’s start from the beginning: what type of clothing should you be wearing in autumn? Since summer is now behind you, you can officially say goodbye to short skirts and tight dresses. Instead, you should be wearing long-sleeved shirts and dresses or skirts. Dresses and tank tops will be your go-to items for autumn. You can even throw on a warm sweater if you feel like you need some extra warmth. If you are cold, you can either cover yourself up or turn up the temperature in your home. Or, you can use a hair dryer on cold days. While you should stay away from hot fabrics such as Lycra and spandex, you can wear fabrics that keep you warm, like wool and cashmere. With both of these fabrics, you can be confident that your clothes will look as good as new even after many washings and dryings. This is because the fibres within these fabrics are strong enough to withstand repeated wear and tear.

Where To Buy

Now that you know what type of clothing you should be wearing in autumn, it’s time to start shopping for it. The first and the most obvious place to look for your autumn clothing is your closet. After all, you already have all the necessary components for a stylish outfit in there. The only thing you need to do is to find the perfect combination of items to create a harmonious whole. When it comes to your closet, it’s important to keep in mind the colour scheme you will be following for the season. If you are blessed with incredible genetic makeup, you can actually achieve pure white skin and blonde or brown hair. In that case, you will only need three basic items to pull off the perfect autumn look. First, you’ll need a white long-sleeved t-shirt. Second, you’ll need white trousers or any type of white bottoms. Third, you’ll need a yellow or orange scarf to tie your outfit together. If you feel like you want to add a bit more oomph to your look, you can always grab a white jacket. However, if you have a pale complexion and desire a pastel colour scheme, you can skip on the jacket and go for the simple white t-shirt. If you really want to take your autumn wardrobe to the next level, you can also make a statement by wearing a red dress on an autumn day. This colour combination might not be for everybody, but those who can pull it off will look absolutely stunning.

How Much Should You Spend

Now that you are equipped with the basics needed for a fashionable autumn wardrobe, it’s time to move onto the next step. How much should you spend on each item? Let’s take your closet as an example again. If you have a small closet, you might only need to spend a few dollars on a couple of tops and bottoms. However, if you are a bit of a shopaholic and want to invest in more items, you can go for the luxurious version of each item. If you want to be on the safe side, you can start by investing in good-quality basics and then add more expensive items only when you feel like you need them. As previously stated, the best way to tackle this issue is by looking into what type of clothing each season requires. Winter needs heavy sweaters and warm boots. So, you can go for the cashmere and wool version of the same top. Instead of one plain top, you can make a statement and wear a patterned sweater on a cold day. In summer, however, you will want to be wearing light fabrics and short skirts. A good rule of thumb is to invest in quality items that will last for years to come. When it comes to your wardrobe, only buy what you need and want. Do not invest in multiple items you will not wear. It’s better to buy fewer but better items rather than many but average ones. Besides, quality items look better and feel better too. So, in the long term, you will end up pleased with your investments. This is especially crucial if you are looking for long-lasting wear.


This is a broad term that encompasses all the different ways in which you wear your clothes. It includes everything from the way you dress your hair and makeup to the way you use accessories. When it comes to fashion, some people like to keep things simple while others like to take risks and express their individuality through their clothes. If you want to experiment with other styles this year, you can always start by trying something new with your hair and makeup. Then, you can add the accessories needed to finish off the look. In general, the less is more approach works here too. When it comes to your wardrobe, you should not be overloading yourself with too many accessories or clothing items. Start by using what you have and then add more as you go along. This way, you will be able to experiment with different styles and looks without going overboard.

As a general rule, make sure that the styles you wear are suitable for the time of year. For example, short skirts and dresses are great in the summertime, but you should probably wear longer and thicker clothing in the wintertime. Ideally, you should invest in clothes and accessories that will compliment each other – the colour of your outfit as well as the style. This is especially important if you are not used to wearing particular colours or styles. Mixing them can be a great way to experiment with different looks and feel more confident.


This one may seem obvious, yet people forget about it all too often. When we buy clothes, the most important factor to consider is the durability. How long will this item last? How many washes and dry cleanings can I expect from it? These are all important questions to ask when planning your wardrobe. Of course, you want to look stylish as new, but you also want your outfits to last as long as possible. Buying the most durable items possible is the way to go. This does not necessarily mean that you have to go for the most expensive items. Instead, you can look for the version that is closest to being water-resistant or impervious to water damage. For example, leather is a great way to add longevity to your outfits. A good-quality leather jacket, for example, will add years to your wardrobe. So, make sure you invest in durable items such as shoes, handbags, and other accessories. These are the items that will be most worth your investment.