B’autumns up! You know what that means… your favorite fall drinks are coming out to play. What better way to sip these drinks than with a perfectly coordinated fall outfit to go with it? Here are just a few outfit pairing ideas.
1. Orange Cardigan Sweater and Pumpkin Spice Latte
Pumpkin spice lattes are arguably the most popular fall drink. What better way to complement your drink than with a pop of orange in your outfit? This fuzzy cardigan from Free People is a great option to spice up your look… (no pun intended)!
2. Beige Corduroy Pants and Slow Cooker Chai Tea
Corduroy pants are a fall fashion trend that is here to stay. The warm beige tone of the pants goes well with a chai tea drink. The next time you are heading to the office or meeting a friend for a day of shopping with your chai in hand, you might want to consider throwing on your corduroy pants to go with it.
3. Brown Handbag and Hot Chocolate
Your fluffy hot chocolate drink on a chilly fall day would pair perfectly with a chic brown handbag. Every fashionista knows that any stylish outfit needs a purse to complete it. When you meet a friend for an afternoon hot chocolate, you will certainly appreciate it when they notice the care you put into coordinating your drink with your bag.
4. Smooth Leather Lace Up Boots and Hot Apple Cider
Another very popular fall drink is hot apple cider. The orange-yellow tone of the drink matches perfectly with the orange 1460 smooth, leather lace-up boots from Dr. Martens. From head to toe, your outfit will be coordinated and on-season.
5. Red Blazer and Cranberry Orange Punch
For a brighter pop of color, a red blazer goes very well with a cranberry orange punch, another beloved fall flavor. Blazers are this fall’s biggest trend, and the red color elevates the outfit to make it a bit edgier.
Hopefully, these pairings gave you just a few ideas of how to match your fall outfits with your favorite fall drink. No matter what you are doing or where you are going, you can always be creative with your fall fashion.
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