It’s finally November and the chilly fall weather seems to be here to stay! When this weather starts to come around my go-to is always a comfy sweater. It’s perfect for if I’m staying at home working or going out to run errands. I’m a firm believer that you can never have too many sweaters, especially turtlenecks. I’ve been adding plenty more to my wardrobe recently, so I thought I would show you my go-to outfit for comfortable, chilly fall days!
As I mentioned in my last OOTD + weekly roundup post, I made a few sweater purchases from H&M last week. This gorgeous oversized green one was one of the ones I got, and it’s perfect for this chilly weather! The fit is perfect, and I love how since the neck is so high I can roll it down once. The white flecks of fabric make the sweater almost have a glittery effect when in photos. If you need some new sweaters for the chilly days ahead, definitely give H&M a browse!
The first pair of jeans I always grab when getting dressed are these black high waisted onesfrom the Gap. They fit me amazingly, without being too tight, and the quality is worth the price. I’ve been wearing Gap jeans for a few years now and besides ASOS, they are my favorite place to shop for jeans. I’m a bit picky when it comes to boots, and I remember that for the past few years finding the right pair of black ones was a challenge. When I finally found this pair from the brand White Mountain, it was everything I wanted in a boot. Sometimes the simplest of pieces make the best outfits.
Hope you enjoyed this look at my go-to outfit for chilly days, and I’d love to know what your go-to fall outfit is! Be sure to stay warm!
Hi there! Kara'sCloset is a lifestyle blog where I sharing my adventure through my twenties, life's simple moments, and blogging tips with lots of outfits in between. I'm glad you're here, and I hope you find some inspiration!
Hi there! Kara'sCloset is a lifestyle blog where I share my adventure through my twenties, life's simple moments, and blogging tips with lots of outfits in between. I'm glad you're here, and I hope you find some inspiration!