Thu., Oct. 15, 2015 3:51 PM PDT
Now that we’re inching towards the half-way mark of October, it just feels wrong not to enjoy those pumpkin-spiced treats, slip on a pair of fall boots and stock up on some seasonal plaid (even if it’s still a toasty 80 degrees here in Los Angeles).
on our minds in our shopping carts, there’s a trendy pair of fall suede booties just in time for those autumn-themed Instagrams. There’s also a comfy-chic plaid frock and a chic poncho that have caught our eyes, plus a Jessica Alba-inspired that we need in our closets, like, yesterday.
Wait no more—scroll down and check out all of our obsessions.
Rail’s Nadine Wine/Ivory Flannel shirt-dress, $ 148
“Seeing as there’s no escaping plaid right now (like you didn’t already know), I wanted to get on board with the fall trend. Rails’ flannel shirts are some of the coziest out there, and I’m always drawn to their crisp-clean prints and classic silhouettes. I’ve already worn this number quite a few times, so I should probably take it out of my wardrobe rotation for a while… but it’s just too comfy. I can’t.”—Lindsey Sirera, Style Assistant Editor
Morning Lavender Amelia Full Pink Maxi Skirt by Lucy Paris, $ 75
“One of my favorite street style looks from Jessica Alba (and there are plenty, mind you) is her pretty pink tulle skirt from NYFW a few years ago. So when I saw this near-replica I knew I had to have it.”—Cinya Burton, Style Senior Editor
W5 Grey Print Poncho, $ 58
“Fall is finally starting to kick in, and I am over the moon to be able to spend the next few months obsessing over warm and snugly fashion things like this fab little poncho from W5. It’s super-soft and drapes absolutely perfectly, which is essential for the part of the year when I’m skipping the gym in favor of afternoons drinking tea and eating cupcakes in front of the telly!”—Jacqueline Lee, Photo Editor
Dolce Vita Ileen Booties, $ 220
“A little bit country, a little bit rock ‘n’ roll, these suede booties are the perfect addition to my otherwise basic wardrobe. The fringe (one of fall’s biggest trends that will continue well into spring) makes me feel like the Penny Lane I’ve always wanted to be, yet the modern, taller height of the upper plus the pointed toe ensures it doesn’t borderline on costume.”—Kailey Harless, Social Media Editor
See Lady Gaga’s obsessions-worthy American Horror Story wardrobe below
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