Hey y’all!

Today I wanted to share all of the cute Fall pieces I’ve picked up over the past month or so! I’ll be sure to link the items, prices, and list the size I purchased for your reference.



Uniqlo Kids Vest – $19.90

I got this in the biggest size offered in the kid’s section, 13. I personally got the beige but they also have it in navy, pink, and off white.


Uniqlo Corduroy Skirt – $14.90

I also got this in the size 13 in the kids section. And the length is surprisingly long! I’m 5’7″ and it’s only 2″ above the knee or so. I got the navy one shown but it also comes in “yellow” and “red”.


Old Navy Buffalo Plaid Thermal – $14.99

So I would be lying if I didn’t admit this is technically a PJ top… But I think with a black vest and jeans, it will be perfect for fall and winter! Old Navy has a ton of these thermals in all different colors and designs. Including palm trees decked out in Christmas lights and ugly Christmas sweaters. They also have matching thermal bottoms for all of the patterns! And make sure not to buy these full price. Old Navy is ALWAYS having sales in-store and online, I got mine for $12. And  be sure to size up, they are fitted pretty tight, I got a M.


Abercrombie Buffalo Plaid Sherpa – $78 – Currently on sale for $46.80

If you read my gift guides you have probably seen this before. But I am obsessed! It is so comfy cozy and I am obsessed with buffalo plaid for fall and winter. Can you tell? I got mine for $39 in a size S. I actually saw a dupe for this at Old Navy for under $40, so that is a good option as well. Both stores also offer other color options if plaid isn’t your thing.


J.Crew Factory Skinny Pant – $59.50 – Currently on sale for $34.50

So somewhat confused because the price tag of these pants that I bought in store are $79.50, but the style numbers match up sooo… Regardless I still bought them in store on sale for $34.50. Plus with my student ID I got an extra 15% off! I love that J.Crew gives the student discount on top of other discounts. I chose this “Vintage Surplus” color but they also have them in a red color. I was shocked to find a pair of pants that were long enough for me and fit me well. I struggle with finding pants that are long enough and give my thighs enough room to breath while still fitting my hips. I got the size 28 and I’m 5’7″ and typically a size 2/4. I also love how comfortable and stretchy they are!


J.Crew Factory Ruffle Wool Skirt – $59.50

I got this skirt in the camel color, but it is also offered in black and baby blue. But as for pricing NEVER buy J.Crew Factory full price! Like I said they are always having sales. Literally every week they advertise something, sign up for their email list. And students get an extra discount on top of sale prices! I think I paid under $30 for this skirt. It is dry clean only and I got a size 2. Also the picture makes it much more orange than it is. I think this will be so cute for Thanksgiving dinner and any other dressy fall events.


J.Crew Factory Houndstooth Skirt – $54.50

This skirt is just so cute! I love the little flair at the bottom. And the fact that it has an elastic waist is amazing! They offer this same style in a variety of colors, including some suede options. I also saw in store that they have a matching blazer for this print. When I purchased this I think I paid around $26, so keep an eye out for sales and discount codes! I got a size 2.


J.Crew Factory Flannel Bell-Sleeve Top – $49.50 – Currently on sale for $29.95

This bell-sleeve top is just darling! And I love the fact that it is flannel. The flannel is definitely thinner, but it will still supply some warmth. There are a few different color options but I just loved the red and navy check. But you really can’t go wrong with any of them! I ended up getting a size 6. The 4 was just a tad tight in the chest. If you have a 34C like me or larger, I recommend sizing up. I believe I paid $23 for this top thanks to discounts and sales.


J.Crew Tissue Turtleneck $26.50

I used to be anti-turtleneck but last year I had a change of heart. I ended up getting two of these. One in heather canyon (shown) and one in ivory. There are a ton of color combos, and if I need another color of turtleneck this season I’ll definitely check here first. When I got mine they were on sale for $19.50 plus I got the extra 15% off, making them around $16 each. These are super soft and are pretty light weight, they appear like they would be small but run true to size. They are super stretchy, I got a size S and it isn’t too tight or too loose. They aren’t so much for “warmth” but are great for layering. If you layer with these you won’t be sweating lol. I am so excited to wear these with so much this season!


I think that’s it! That is my haul for this fall season. I’ll definitely be transitioning all of this into my winter wardrobe as well. And I have been working on getting rid of and selling some of my old winter and fall clothes I no longer wear.

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Thanks for reading!

xoxo Jayme