Yes, I know. You don’t want summer to end. I understand. On the bright side, there’s absolutely nothing like fall fashion. I pretty much only wear neutrals, and fall is the perfect time for me to bust out my olives, camels, and chocolate browns. A perfectly layered outfit with a killer jacket and thigh high boots excites me. I can’t wait for it to cool down–I’m really not about this 90-degree-weather-every-single-day life in D.C.. It’s too hot.
Unfortunately, this post isn’t college student budget friendly, at all. There are definitely WAY cheaper alternatives.
I’m obsessed with this style of boot. They are just too adorable–I see them constantly on campus. I would get a pair, but I’m not ready to walk around campus standing over 6 feet tall.
Can you even think of fall fashion without thigh high boots?! I definitely can’t. When it starts to get a bit chilly, a pair of boots like these will come in handy to protect you from those harsh winds.
I was completely obsessed with the Supercolors when they came out. Unfortunately, they sold out quicker than I could snap my fingers. I would drop a good amount of money if I could get them in this olive color.
I love muted pewter tones, and I love them on Chelsea boots even more. If I was truly rolling in money, you guys would catch me wearing these every day.
These booties are extremely convertible–you could wear them with skinny jeans and a button up or an oversized dress. They can easily be dressed up or down.
These Maxes are perfect for those days when you want to be stylish without the effort. I find Air Maxes extremely comfortable, so they’re great for those days where you have to hike across campus.
Nothing like a classic Chuck Taylor, especially with a trendy CDG logo. I’m an advocate for wearing white year long. I think an all-white outfit during the winter is so stylish, especially when there’s snow on the ground.
Yeah.. You’re wearing these on those days when you’re trying to stunt. I’m all about a cute chunky heel. I would suggest wearing this style sooner rather than later; I don’t think anybody wants to wear these through the snow.
As always, thanks for checking out threads & such!