Shopping in the fall is an annual tradition I have participated in since the early days of prepping my wardrobe for the first day of school. Even now that I work from home, I find myself poring through Vogue, Lucky and some of my fave British fashion mags in search of the newest fall trends. There is something just so special about the first time you wear wool in the autumn or pull on a chic slouchy toque on a cool afternoon.


I’ve been trying to pare down my wardrobe and only buy pieces that I love and are quality. I am working on a style board incorporating all of the pieces I currently love in my closet and creating a ‘uniform’ of sorts so that I don’t end up buying a bunch of random pieces that don’t really go with anything. Fittingly, the Fiesta Movement‘s theme for October is #style. What is the Fiesta Movement? Well, I’ve been sharing the movement since last month, you can see my posts about #adventure  here and here. Bloggers share the movement while Fiesta Agents from all over the world take on the monthly theme and shoot amazing videos sharing their mission!

I loved these two videos from Deanna Bobbi and Jay Taj both showcasing their Style Trends for the fall. Deanna created a lookbook at the mall trying on new fall trends whereas Jay documented the town of Santa Ana. I love getting inspired by cities and I often create outfits with a certain city like San Francisco, in mind.

I am really looking forward to sharing my style board next week with you. I think it will really help me shop more efficiently and I will be less likely to end up with a messy closet bedroom everytime I get dressed. Simple, classic pieces that I can wear again and again and mix+match are what I am looking for. What are you adding to your closet this fall?

This is a sponsored post and I was compensated for my participation. The opinions expressed are my own.

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