5 Fall Outfits You're About to See All Over IG (Plus the Boots to Match)

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Listen, I know I'm supposed to be excited about every fashion season, but if I'm being honest, fall reigns supreme. I'm very into the trends F/W 22 is bringing, including oversize moto jackets, cargo trousers, and abstract printed tops. But for me, finding core items that outlast trend cycles is key. As a selectively trendy dresser, I make it my goal to mix and match new additions with my closet staples. Take Blundstone, for example. These cult-favorite boots make it into my rotation every year. From the classic Chelsea style to the latest lug-sole iteration, it's the most reliable footwear on the market as the weather starts to turn. Below, you'll find five fall looks inspired by this season's trends and Blundstone's iconic boots. It's a full dose of outfit inspiration whether you like to keep it classic or experiment with new pieces. There's something here for everyone, so keep scrolling to see how you can find the perfect fall 'fit from head to toe. 


This is your quintessential fall look. The '90s-inspired denim and crescent shoulder bag play into the trends of the season while the knit sweater and brown Chelsea heeled boots are an ode to autumn.


This season, our editors can't get enough of moto-style outerwear and accessories, and black lace-up boots complement this grunge look perfectly. The neon bag adds a pop of color while the ribbed sweaterdress keeps things cozy.


Whether you're headed to the office or to happy hour with friends, this autumnal look will take you places in style. The neutral palette is seasonally appropriate, and I can't get enough of these lug-sole boots, cargo trousers, and the under-$40 tote.


Personally, I don't think there's any cuter combo than a Chelsea boot paired with a miniskirt. This outfit screams early fall and needs to be worn ASAP. You don't have to be a Gen Zer to pull off this Y2K-inspired look.


Play with prints and metallics this season by pairing them with a neutral white boot. The options for creativity are endless with a staple shoe like this one. Just take this outfit, for example. 

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Natalie Gray Herder
Editor, Branded Content

Natalie Gray Herder is an Editor on the branded content team at Who What Wear. Originally from Los Angeles, Natalie decided to make the move to NYC after graduating from Loyola Marymount University in 2019. She is an avid researcher, reader, and explorer in and out of the office. She is inspired by the street style of her fellow New Yorkers and her laid-back roots in California.