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Today I’m teaming up with JCPenney to share my favorite fall trends! The best part? Everything I’m wearing is under $50.
I’m loving everything from mens-inspired looks to plaid to taking a walk on the wild side with animal prints and fall florals. There are many great trends this season and I love that I can keep up with them all and stay on budget. I’m all about attainable fashion when it comes to my wardrobe … I’m sure my husband appreciates that. Ha!
Menswear + Bold Colors
I mixed these two trends by selecting a menswear inspired suit in a bold pop of color. There is something really feminine and chic about a great suit and bold colors are always a good idea.
I chose a chunky heeled sandal to add more height to the look and elongate my legs!
It seems like everywhere I turn this season, there is leopard print calling my name! I decided to mix plaid and leopard to show how you can use both as a neutral when styled right. Don’t be afraid to pattern mix!
Working The Plaid + Wide Leg
This wear to work look is easy to recreate and super attainable for anyone! I paired my plaid blouse with wide leg cropped pants. Both are on trend for fall and great for a work week chic look.
I love a beautiful floral print anytime of year, but there is something about florals in the fall that make my heart smile. This look can be worn day or night and is easy to style! I paired my look with booties but it would also look great with the chunky heel styled above.
I found everything I’m wearing at JCPenney! I love that it’s a one-stop shopping location. I’m ready for the season! What trends are you looking forward to trying? Swing by JCPenney.com and shop my looks. Everything is linked throughout the post![/et_pb_text][et_pb_gallery fullwidth=”on” _builder_version=”3.15″ gallery_ids=”2861,2862,2860″ border_style_all=”none”][/et_pb_gallery][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]
A Dallas-based blog featuring Fashion, Beauty, Travel and Motherhood by Steph Taylor Jackson.