10 Striking New Fall Outfits to Try ASAP

If you haven't already embraced the current change in weather, it's time you start because fashion girls everywhere are already wearing new fall outfits that you will be completely envious of. In fact, bloggers have been creating so much fall-focused content lately that we couldn't not have a whole story dedicated to their winning style. What's so great about the new fall outfits they are so valiantly dawning? Let us tell you.

For starters, they know how to style a sweater in a way that will ensure they never look frumpy. Secondly, did you know that a sequined pencil skirt could work for day? Because it can. And lastly (big news here), faux-fur jackets are finally acceptable to try in public, and we have a fresh way for you to start styling them. Excited yet? Well good, because there is more where that came from ahead.

Keep reading to discover the fresh fall outfits that we are in love with!

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Camille Over the Rainbow

On Camille Charrière: Ganni Women’s Pink Brooks Rollneck Sweater ($434); Levi’s Wedgie High-Rise Jeans in Coyote Desert ($88); Mark Cross Pink Francis Shoulder Bag ($1990); Alberta Ferretti Embroidered Velvet Mules ($1090).

Let's be honest: This color makes you smile. 

Frayed ankle jeans are a fresh style we are still loving. 

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Always Judging

On Courtney Trop: Rodebjer top; Vetements Utility Belt ($690); Vintage Bijan denim; Jimmy Choo Lockett Small Leather Shoulder Bag ($1450); Prada Lug Sole Chelsea Boots ($750).

Pair this with a pair of denim for a subtle but chic ensemble. 

Utility is exactly the vibe your outfit will have with this belt. 

Opt for a looser fit for a more comfortable everyday look.

Black chunky boots at their finest. 

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Happily Grey

On Mary Seng: Zara Long Ribbed Dress ($36); JW Hulme cardigan; Iro bag; Converse Limited Edition Pro Leather Vulc White and Red Mid Top Unisex Sneakers ($166).

You can never have too much fluff.

Create the ideal monochrome look with this tea-colored dress. 

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Jay Miranda

On Jay Miranda: Who What Wear blouse and skirt; Fiolla High-Heel Sandals ($63).

A behind-the-scenes idea of what Kate Middleton would probably wear. 

Pink can be the perfect neutral shade for a look like Miranda's.

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Natalie Off Duty

On Natalie Suarez: Misha Nonoo Florence Blazer Dress ($450) and Cecile Blouse ($250); Iro Bump Skirt ($520); Chanel backpack; Marc Fisher Ltd Harley Round Toe Chelsea Bootie ($189).

Does your outfit need a little pick-me-up? A blazer will do just the trick. 

Who said looking professional can't be fun too?

The fashion scene is all about sequins this season. 

Stacked heels will ensure more comfort than thin stilettos. 

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Sincerely Jules

On Julie Sariñana: Sincerely Jules Dreamer Mock Neck Sweater ($200); J.W.Anderson Ring Shoulder Bag ($1707); Golden Goose sneakers.

This would also look great tied around your waist. 

In case you missed it, this is the hottest black bag for fall. 

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Song of Style

On Aimee Song: Ahem Concorde Sunglasses ($470); Vince Turtleneck Sweater ($275); Louis Vuitton coat; Alexander McQueen Flare-Leg Cropped Jeans ($480); Self-Portrait shoes.

If there's any chance we will look as good as Aimee Song wearing these, we'll take them. 

The piece that will make your fall layering that much easier. 

A leather trench coat is the cherry on top of a perfectly edgy look. 

Can we take a moment to appreciate that block heel?

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Take Aim

On Michelle Madsen: Staud The Sho Blouse ($215); Helmut Lang Teddy Shearling Bomber ($1995); M.i.h Jeans pants; Simon Miller bag; Kurt Geiger boots.

The pajama blouse of our dreams. 

You'll want to cuddle up in this all day long. 

This silhouette is more flattering than you might expect. 

Because you shouldn't be lugging around that much stuff anyway. 

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We Wore What

On Danielle Bernstein: Mango blazer; Rails Cara Tee ($78); Mother The Insider Crop Jeans $185; Céline Elliptic Heel Pumps in Black Kidskin & Suede Kidskin ($910).

Not your average khaki blazer.