9 Casual Fall Outfits to Copy This Week

by - October 14, 2021

We've had a couple of weeks of typical fall weather for our region: cool in the mornings, warm-to-hot during the day. That means I've been able to more comfortably wear jeans and have even busted out boots a couple of times without dying.

For all you newbies, Real Outfit Roundup is exactly what it sounds like - a roundup of all the outfits I wore in real life over the last two weeks (that I remembered to take a picture of) with links to shop exact or similar items.

I don't have a whole lot of lead up for things this go 'round, so let's just dive in!

Sizing info: I'm 5'2" and weigh about 150 lbs. My typical size is 6 or S/M in clothes and size 7 in shoes.

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This is one of my favorite shirts for fall. I know it looks red in this picture, but it's really a burnt orange. What makes this one so good is the material. It's structured but not thick, so it's easy to tuck or front tuck but also works left out. Unfortunately, it's from several years ago so no longer in stock, but you can find this style of shirt pretty much everywhere. They're a good staple to have in your closet.


This is one of the best dresses I've bought from Amazon, and it's only $10! It's partially lined and the skirt is slightly tiered. It is a little on the short side, but a size medium worked well for me.

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This is my favorite dress that I've bought this season. It's so versatile and just a lot of fun.

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Everyone expects a striped shirt to be black and white, but I love how understated this olive green striped blouse is for the season. What's great about this top is that it works equally as well for fall as it does for spring. Unfortunately, it's also a couple of years old so I'll link to something similar for you.

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This is one of my favorite color combos for cooler months. There's just something about this deep purple paired with black that speaks to me. This blouse is so old I don't even remember where I got it from, and my jeans are technically a size bigger than I usually wear but they're so worn in and comfortable that I can't bear to get rid of them.

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This is probably my favorite outfit from this roundup. I felt so good wearing it. My shirt is from last year but it's still available. It can be worn on or off the shoulder, and I know you can't see it but the bottom is banded. It's super stretchy and soft, which was surprising. My boots are from last year, but this style is still pretty popular this year so I'm linking to a really similar pair for you guys.

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I've already sung the praises of this shirt multiple times, so I'm going to focus on these jeans instead. I found them randomly at Walmart for only $23. They're Levi's high-waisted, straight-leg, and I haven't had a pair of Levi's in years, so I had to grab them. I got my typical size 6, but I feel like I probably could have sized down to the 4. Anyway, these jeans are so dang good. They're ridiculously soft and stretchy. I don't typically go for high-waisted, but these aren't uncomfortably snug and cutting off my breathing. Also, the placement of the knee rips is perfect, which never happens for my short legs. I've literally been wearing them non-stop since I bought them.

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Yes, these are the same jeans. I told you - non-stop. I really liked the way this outfit turned out. Nice and crisp without feeling stuffy or overdressed. If you're looking for a good pair of black flats, this pair is on point and won't break the bank.

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And we're ending with this simple but classic combo. This eyelet top is a little big on me, but I'm not sure the small would work since the material has no give at all, so keep that in mind if you're ordering. My jeans are Wranglers from a few years ago, but they'll never go out of style.

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