Casual fall outfits should be easily incorporated into your everyday wardrobe, but still, remain stylish and comfortable. This list of casual outfit ideas you can wear to class or out with friends on a cool autumn day will help make sure that doesn't happen to you this year!
Outfit #1: Skinny Jeans and a T-Shirt
You can never go wrong with classic black skinny jeans. Pair them with your favorite tee, whether it's one you got for free from your bank or is an original print by a local designer. Throw on some boots, add some funky jewelry if that's your style, and you're set!
Outfit #2: A Button-Up Shirt with Leggings
A comfy outfit that will keep you warm is a button-up shirt over leggings. This look can easily be dressed up or down depending on where you are going and what your plans are once you get there. Button-up shirts can be worn with or without a belt and paired with different shoes.
Outfit #3: A Sweater Dress
A sweater dress is perfect for those chilly fall days that aren't quite cold enough to require pants yet. Layer it over tights if you are going out in the evening, or wear it on a day out with friends. Also, a sweater dress is great for those days when you are in and out of your car a lot; leggings are not the most comfortable thing to sit on all day long!
Outfit #4: Leggings and an Oversized Sweater
Leggings can be worn with almost anything, and a big, comfy sweater is no exception. They are both easy to wear all day long while still remaining stylish. Pair the leggings with tall boots or riding boots for an adorable look that you can easily dress up or down as needed!
Outfit #5: Bell Bottoms
Bell bottoms are definitely on-trend for fall. Pair them with a loose-fitting top and your favorite pair of boots or even sneakers, depending on how you like to dress! A scarf is also another good accessory choice for this look.
Outfit #6: An Oversized Button-Down Shirt
Another great way to wear an oversized button-down shirt is by tying the front of the shirt into a knot. This will highlight your waistline, while still making sure you don't freeze! If it's cold enough for leggings or skinny jeans but too warm for pants, this is what you want to wear.
Outfit #7: A Mini Skirt and Tights
Pairing tights with a mini skirt is always adorable. This look can be dressed up for an evening out or kept casual and comfy if you are running errands or just want to hang around the house on fall days that aren't too cold yet. Of course, add your favorite pair of boots as well!
Outfit #8: A Peacoat
Women's peacoats are a must-have for fall. They keep you warm and can be worn with jeans or leggings, boots of any kind (from riding to combat), and even over-dresses! If it happens to get warmer during the day but gets chilly at night, wear your coat unbuttoned so that in the evening you can attach the buttons and keep yourself warm.
Outfit #9: A Leather Jacket
Leather jackets are a staple in everyone's wardrobe, but especially women's fall fashion. They look great with dresses or jeans (or leggings) for a night out! Pair your leather jacket with tall boots if it is cold out, or wear it with your favorite pair of sneakers if you are running errands.
Outfit #10: A Maxi Dress
A maxi dress is a great choice for fall days that aren't too chilly yet. Layer up underneath the dress in case it gets cooler during the day, but otherwise, this look can be worn all day long while you are out doing errands or just hanging around the house. It is also a great look for those days where you have to dress up and go somewhere nice!
Outfit #11: A Long Sleeve Dress
A long sleeve dress is another option that can be worn all day when it's chilly outside but doesn't require you to put on pants. This is a great option for those days where the weather is still iffy or even if it's colder in some parts of your city but warmer in others (for instance, going outside during the day when it's 70 degrees and sunny only to find out that once evening hits it will be 40 degrees). Layer up underneath for warmth or wear a jacket over top with no layers, and add your favorite pair of sneakers (or boots) to complete the look.