I am so excited about this post because it features four super easy outfits, all with the same top. This simple striped turtle-neck long sleeve can be dressed up or down and is great for the cooler temperatures sneaking in. One of the goals of my blog is to show my readers that it is possible (and preferred by me) to style cute outfits from pieces that you might already have in your closet. You don’t always need to buy new clothes to look and feel great!
I love overalls! I am always looking for a cute and comfy pair when shopping at second-hand stores because they are super cheap and usually the coolest! Vintage overalls are totally swoon-worthy, in my opinion. The striped shirt works perfect under these because it keeps you warm on a cool fall day. I have also worn these overalls with a simple T-shirt, which works great, too.
I was so happy when I was sifting through the sale rack at H & M and found this vest for five bucks; if you’ve ever been into an H & M, you know this is incredible because who can even find anything in there?! I paired the striped pattern on the top with some comfy cheetah-print flats. Experimenting with different pattern combinations can be fun if you’re brave enough to do so. You might be thinking, “cheetah-print and stripes?” YES. The black pants and vest tone down the patterns just enough.
This outfit is my favorite simply because of the jeans. Ripped jeans can make almost any outfit look relaxed. Add a boyfriend fit on top of the rips and you are even more casual. I also wore a comfy hat, which is great on fall days. Who says it has to be sunny for you to pull of that adorable hat? But really, fall hats are a must.
This style is my classic go-to outfit on days I feel like I have nothing to wear. I see most girls on campus wearing this leggings, boots and longer-top-to-cover-the-backside combination daily. It can be dressed up with a more detailed top, or dressed down with a long T-shirt. I added the jean jacked and layered necklace to give the look some distinction.
- Striped top: Love Culture