The day Starbucks releases the PSL is the day I break out plaid and denim! Fall festivals, bonfires, pumpkin picking...autumn is basically a three month holiday that deserves to be celebrated with sweatshirts, flannel, jeans, boots, and pumpkin-flavored everything! With seasonal weather change, Goodwill has all the wardrobe necessities in making your closet cozy and cute!
There are few things I love more than a good thrifted sweater or sweatshirt. With the temperature beginning to cool off, make sure you have a neutral go-to top like this one! I purchased this “Bless Your Heart” sweatshirt at the New Circle location (Lexington) for just $4.29. (This top looks extremely similar to Shop Local Kentucky’s Kentucky Sayings line from the fall of 2016.) It is so soft and is the perfect fit!
Flannels have been and will always be (in my opinion) in style! They are such a great piece because they function as an accessory tied around your waist or as the base of your outfit. I purchased this Joe Fresh navy and red top for just $3.99 at the Stonewall location (Lexington).
Miss Me jeans are a trend that I have been patiently waiting to take advantage of. A good pair of denim pants are important in mixing and matching fall wear. However, forking over $100 doesn’t feel right. This light-wash pair of Miss Me skinnies were just $5.29 at the the Bellerive location (Nicholasville)!
Early September seems a little early to break out the booties, but I am all for a pair of fall-toned flats! I purchased these Ann Taylor quilted ballet flats at the Murray location for just $3.99. Investing in versatile shoes is totally worth the time; doing so will give you more options when this crazy Kentucky weather decides to change its mind.
When shopping at your local Goodwill, I challenge you to consider focusing on purchasing items in this fall’s color trends: navy, red wine, mauve, olive, grey, olive-lime, and more. Your wardrobe will be in line with the fashion experts’!
Grab yourself a PSL and cozy on up in a flannel of your choice; it’s fall, y’all!