7 Casual Fall Outfits

by - October 27, 2021


Real Outfit Roundup is a twice-monthly post sharing outfits I wore in real life, along with links to shop exact or similar items.

I think, though I'm not certain by any means, that fall might be sticking around my neck of the woods. Our weather pattern has been trending in that direction at any rate. Our daily highs have been firmly in the 70s for the past several days, and our overnight lows have been dropping.

In a reflection of this change, my daily outfit choices have started to include more long sleeves, ankle boots, and even the occasional jacket. Exciting stuff!

*Sizing info: I'm 5'2" and weigh around 150 lbs. I wear size S/M or 6 in most clothing and size 7 in shoes.

Shirt / Jeans (similar) / Shoes

I was so excited when I found this t-shirt on a random Target trip to kill time. I was even more excited when the medium was too big, and I bought a size small t-shirt for the first time in years. Super Mario has always been my favorite console game, especially the Super Nintendo version.


I love this dress. I like the understated, almost faded colors of the paisley print. I'm a fan of this style bodice, too. They're so romantic. This is also a size small.

Shirt / Pants (similar) / Boots (similar)

This tunic is from last year, but still available. It's thicker than a t-shirt but not as thick as a sweatshirt. The side twist is a nice feature. My pants are the Stevie from Old Navy. Unfortunately, it looks like they're not continuing the style, which is a shame. These wear like leggings but have the structure of a pant. They're fantastic.

Shirt (similar) / Jeans / Shoes (similar)

Have you jumped on the straight-leg jeans wagon yet? If you're looking for a pair to try, I definitely recommend these $23 pair of Signature by Levi Strauss from Walmart. These are the softest, stretchiest pair of jeans I own. 


I had no intention of wearing this ensemble anywhere other than school drop-off and pick-up, but we actually ended up going to a store and out to eat. These joggers are from Fabletics and they are super comfortable. They're thick, but I didn't feel bulky. I paired them with a plain white spaghetti strap tank and threw my vintage Levi's jean jacket over the top and finished it with my silver star sneakers.

Tunic Dress (similar) / Leggings / Shoes (similar)

You can trust this combo to show up multiple times a season. This denim dress that fits more like a tunic has been a staple in my closet for years. I always layer it over a pair of leggings, then choose my shoes based on what I'm doing that day.

Shirt / Jeans / Boots (similar)

This tunic is so cute! It's a t-shirt material so it's thin. It's got two cute little pockets on the bottom. I'm wearing the small, and it's plenty big enough to cover my butt. My boots are also new, and I had honestly given up hope on them ever being delivered. This was the first day I wore them, so they were a little stiff but not uncomfortable, and by the end of the day I could tell they'll wear in nicely. Unfortunately because they did take so long to get to me, they're no longer available.

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