Fall has officially arrived. This means the leaves are turning orange, kids are going back to school, pumpkin spice lattes are all over Instagram, and flannels are back!
A flannel shirt is the perfect transitional layer to keep you toasty during those chilly months. We love flannels because they are cozy, casual, and all the rage this Fall (and not just for Brooklyn hipsters and lumberjacks). Check out our favorite flannel outfits for Fall!
This is the ultimate comfy Fall outfit. Our insanely soft Texas Home T is perfect for layering with a Uniqlo white and navy flannel shirt. You can’t go wrong with classic blue jeans and white Dr. Martens for those rainy days. Add some edge to the look with a black leather backpack and accessorize with a fall themed phone case and Fit Bit (to keep that summer bod!) Top it all off with a beanie to stay warm in the brisk autumn air.
This classic look features our Wisconsin Home T crewneck with a vintage style black and off-white flannel. Add some feminine flair with a long gold necklace and black wedges with fringe.
All the way from the cornfields in Iowa, this Fall look is spot on. Wrap your flannel around your waist for a retro 90’s look. The dark blue flannel looks great against the light denim washed jeans. You can dress up this casual look by accessorizing with some gold or silver bracelets.
My favorite part about Fall is shopping for boots! High heel, booties, wedges… there are so many possibilities. These black knee high boots are super sleek. If you’re going to work, grab a messenger that is functional and cool. The gray beanie is perfect to keep you cozy or just cover up a bad hair day!
Sometimes with fashion, you have to be a bit rebellious and break some rules. That means white pants after labor day is okay if you pair it with a cute South Carolina Home T and cozy flannel! Add a simple shaped necklace to accessorize.
Finish off your look with some lipstick and shades. For the Fall, lipstick colors with a rose or brown hue are very popular. Aviator shades are always in style and go very well with casual clothes. Even though the temperature is dropping, it’s time for your style to rise!
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In 2011, Beth Donaldson, mother of two and wife of a police SWAT officer, was busy with work and the day-to-day life of raising two children. But when she was diagnosed with MS at 40, she dedicated herself to making a difference. Now she and her husband Mike run Living MS and are launching a charity bike ride to benefit MS awareness and research.