Fall is for vintage patterns, and gingham and plaid are your best bet. This ($38) is universally flattering and can be paired with jeans, leggings, or a skirt. The pinched balloon sleeves add a dramatic touch to the otherwise plain design. If you need a clothing piece that elevates a look without you even trying, this pair of ($35) will do it for you. The flare design will flow ever so effortlessly as you walk, giving you those hipster vibes. For those days when you just want to throw something on and feel comfy, this ($39.9) will be your BFF. For shoes, it’s time to add some interesting texture to spice up your look. These shiny ($34.9) will make you look extra edgy and can be paired with a ($34.99) or a ($46.4).
Statement accessories have become a thing now and there’s nothing easier than putting on a pair of attention–seeking earrings to complete a look. These ($29.95) will instantly add a splash of color to your basic black outfit. And who says pompoms are only for your bags? Put these on these mustard and feel the fuzziness of fall!
There are endless opportunities to upgrade your home décor for the fall season and one of the easiest things you can do is lighting a candle. Fulfill your pumpkin spice obsession with this ($12) or enjoy a woody scent and back–to–nature moment with this ($4.99). If you’re already in the Halloween spirit, these ($18) will make your room instantly spooky. To add a sophisticated touch to your space, this ($34) will for sure make your friends go “wow.” Don’t have time for moon-viewing during Chinese Mid–Autumn Festival? This ($18) will lay out all the possible moon shapes for your viewing pleasure.
Fall is all about orange, bronze, and burgundy tones. If you want some colors on your eyes, think of fall foliage and you will find eyeshadows like ($18) and ($29) that combine various tones of terracotta, brown, and copper. If you are tired of basic nude or pink lip colors, try deepening it up with more dramatic options like ($6) or . The long–lasting liquid formula will also be perfect for a night out or BYO, because you don’t have to worry about lipstick smudging or disappearing.
As the weather gets colder and drier, it’s important to moisturize your skin. During the day, you can probably get away with a light layer of gel–like moisturizer like ($14.5) or a few spritz of facial sprays like ’s ($5). If you’d like additional hydration for the nighttime, consider using a facial oil mixed in or after your moisturizer. ($16) is a multitasker rich in vitamin E that is nourishing for your face, hair and cuticles.
If there’s one vegetable that represents fall, it is a pumpkin. And if pumpkins were to represent an artist, it would be Yayoi Kusama. This Japanese avant–garde artist is famous for her pumpkin sculptures, Infinity Nets paintings and Infinity Mirrored Rooms installations. So, instead of carving out your pumpkins, try covering them up with black polka dots like and pretend you have artwork that’s worth millions of dollars.