Street style looks a little different these days because for the most part we’ve been hunkering down and staying at home. But still, life goes on and we have to go out and about occasionally! There are errands to run and necessary activities to safely engage in. I’ve pulled trendy pieces that make up a street style inspired fall look for less – because I don’t think anyone wants to spend a ton of money on their fall or winter wardrobes this season.
Street Style Inspired Look
Artist Designed Face Masks that Support a Cause
By now we all know that we need to wear masks in public to protect ourselves and others. For the uninitiated, Society6 is a website that sells independent artist’s original art prints and on home décor and lifestyle products. Every purchase pays an artist, and the site has sales constantly. It’s a wonderful place to buy presents and I have purchased gifts for multiple people as well as prints, pillows, towels and a shower curtain for myself. Since the pandemic started, there have been an astounding amount of face mask options available. It might be overwhelming to scroll through thousands of options, so I pulled my favorites. For plant lovers, there’s a colorful monstera print, a chic blue gradient mask and a fun mystic eye print. A bonus, a portion of the proceeds benefit the Covid-19 relief effort.
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The Ideal Budget Friendly Tee
I have probably 15 tee shirts I paid five to eight dollars for from Target; I always find myself wandering into the clothing section after doing my grocery shopping. This t-shirt from Target brand Universal Thread comes in more than 20 colors and can be bought online or in stores. Yes, I have it in three colors.
Versatile Autumn Jacket
I love a black jacket for fall that can be worn for many different occasions. This black denim jacket from ASOS would get a lot of use and would be a good investment because it can be mixed and matched with so many outfits. It can be thrown over a dress or worn with a classic jeans and tee combo.
Skinny Jeans and Corduroys
Skinny jeans are not going out of style anytime soon. This affordable pair of jeans from Nordstrom is high waisted and flattering. Corduroy pants are also warm for chilly weather, and Levi’s has a sophisticated pair in three colors, wine red, iced coffee brown and blush.
I love chunky boots for chilly weather and this pair from Topshop comes in multiple colors and would be perfect to wear with a pair of skinny jeans and your favorite sweater.
Street Style Fashion Tips
- You don’t have to feel weird about wearing a face mask. Besides everyone else is wearing them, there are thousands of options available and one is bound to fit your style.
- Your basic, quality tee doesn’t need to cost a lot! Find one in a new color for fall.
- Find a jacket that will be a classic for you for multiple seasons to get the most out of its cost-per-wear.
- Skinny jeans aren’t going out of style, so find a pair that’s flattering for you.
- A pair of boots doesn’t have to break the bank. There are many styles out there that will last several seasons.
Shop Street Style Inspiration Looks for Less
Society6 Monstera Delight Face Mask, now $11.89
Blue White Gradient Face Mask, now $11.89
Mystic Eyes – Primary Palette Face Mask, now $11.89
Target Universal Thread Women’s Short Sleeve V-Neck T-Shirt, $8
ASOS Design Oversized Denim Jacket in Black, $56
Nordstrom Butter Ankle Skinny Jeans, $42
Levi’s 721 Corduroy High Rise Button Front Skinny Women’s Pants, $69.50
Topshop Brooke Burgundy Patent Croc Chunky Zip Boots, $80
Are you going to pick up a few new street style looks for fall?
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