The Only 9 Fall Outfits I Care About Are All Under $150

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There are few things I get more excited about than finding a great outfit at a great price. It's not every day I discover high-quality items that feel both cool and on-trend without seeing a price tag that makes my heart sink. However, that has all changed ever since the launch of Scoop (available exclusively at and in select Walmart stores). If the brand is not yet on your radar, then prepare to have your mind blown. (I'm serious!) Every single piece is under $60, and some are much less.

I'm not the only one who's favoring the affordable fashion line right now. I've been seeing Scoop apparel, shoes, and accessories all over my Instagram feed, worn by some of the most stylish women from Los Angeles to New York and everywhere in between. I could go on and on about how much I love its latest fall collection, which features some of the best outerwear, boots, and dresses I've spotted this season, but I think these nine outfits below will make my case just fine.


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Checked outerwear always receives a big "yes" from me. I love this one paired with an all-black outfit. And those leather-like culottes? Well, they're a fashion girl's dream.


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Denim and a cozy sweater is my go-to uniform starting mid-September. While I'll probably wear this look barefoot at home, I love the addition of snakeskin boots here. They really make this everyday outfit feel special.


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Speaking of the animal print, there's plenty of it to be found in Scoop's fall collection. One of my personal favorites is this spotted midi skirt. Between the side slit and the ruching details, it looks quite expensive, especially when worn with sleek knee-high boots.


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Here's a different way to style a midi skirt that is just as polished, thanks to that perfectly oversize blazer. I strongly believe a blazer makes any outfit feel more stylish, and I'd say Lloyd's look is proving me right.


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A unique printed dress like this one makes for a super easy fall outfit. Keep accessories simple for a casual look like Janelle Marie Lloyd does here with flat scrunched boots and a knit beanie.


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Clearly Scoop does dresses really well. The modern geometric print on this maxi style feels fresh after a summer of wearing florals. Thanks to Jenny Lopez's expert styling, I'm also reminded how much personality a belt adds to a dress.


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Don't be afraid of wearing lighter shades in cooler weather. This silky pink skirt-and-tank set is so chic and perfect for any moment you feel like getting a little dressed up (at-home date night, anyone?). With the addition of the faux-leather jacket in the same shade, I'm giving this monochromatic outfit five stars.


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Here's another coat I have my eye on, this time featuring an oversize plaid print that feels really cool and modern, especially when paired with a snakeskin bag. Mixing prints in the same color family always makes an outfit look really expensive, even if it's only $100 total like this one.


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This long-sleeve dotted minidress is so versatile. Wear it with sneakers for a casual look, or really go for it à la Jenee Naylor and rock your favorite over-the-knee boots. Either way, this flirty piece is sure to make a statement.

Associate Fashion Director, Branded Content

Michaela Bushkin is the associate fashion director on the branded content team. She is based in Los Angeles and is going on her sixth year at Who What Wear. Michaela has always worked in the content world, previously at Whalerock and The Zoe Report. Her current role involves executing content, photo shoots, and events for fashion brands from retailers to luxury designers and everything in between. She spends her free time online shopping (or "researching" as she likes to call it), reading at the beach, and trying as many new restaurants in L.A. as possible.