Styled by You: Fall Outfits We’re Into

We just gotta say. You’ve got style.

Whether you’re throwing on a last-minute outfit before class or getting dressed for a day out with friends (hello, harvest festivals and pumpkin patches), you know how to put an outfit together. Read on to see how others are wearing the latest fall must-haves, and to get some layering season style inspo!

Fall Prints? Yes, Please.

AE FALL UGC
You might’ve already heard about how we’re all about fall prints right now, but if you haven’t, here’s the deal. Prints. Are. BACK! Choose from fall faves like argyle, plaid, houndstooth, stripes, and more in all the brightly colored hues that’ll remind you of falling leaves and pumpkins. Wear them up top in styles like striped sweaters and oversized cardigans, or wear them on the bottom with printed jeggings and plaid joggers.

Statement-Making Layers

AE Fall UGC @ICY_ICE__ AE FALL UGC @EACOURTSAE FALL UGC @LEAVRIVEL
Want to make your look pop even more this season? Add a layer as you head out the door. Grab a flannel shirt and throw it on over a band t-shirt for a grunge-inspired look, or choose a soft cardigan in a crisp color to take a little bit of autumn with you wherever you go. Choose a fleece or Sherpa pullover in stand-out prints like leopard and subdued tie dye to take soft to the next level.

Ripped (and Repaired) Jeans

AE FALL UGC @AMANDAMEGANSCHRODERAE FALL UGC @G.SELLE.HAE FALL UGC @VALERIEEE.V
What goes best with all these fall prints and layers? Ripped jeans, of course. Distressed jeans can range from all-out destruction with big, ripped knee holes to lightly frayed hems, ripped and repaired holes, and patches. And if you thought light wash jeans were only for summer, think again. Wear this year-round style with boots and sneakers to bring it into the current season.

 


 

Show us your favorite fall outfits by tagging us on Instagram & Twitter with #AExME or #AEJeans @americaneagle and you could be featured on our site, social media or blog!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s