7 Things Every Southern Girl Knows About Fall Fashion

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It’s finally time for fall fashion and we’ve loving it. If you are like us, you are celebrating the season with scarves, jackets and of course, boots. While your overall wardrobe may be different based on what the weather’s like in your neck of the woods, the basics pretty much match up across the board.

7 Things Every Southern Girl Knows About Fall Fashion:

1. A good pop of color is important. 

It doesn’t matter how you decide to add it, but you do have to add it. Wear a bold shoe, throw on bright accessories or add a bold t-shirt, it’s easy to add color to a fall look. And it takes your outfit from good to amazing.

2. Layers, glorious layers. 

Every Southern girl knows the art of layering is important in fall. While those North of the Mason-Dixon line are layering to keep warm, we are layering because it is 40 degrees at 8 a.m. and almost 80 degrees by noon. A girl needs great layering skills to look great while shedding articles of clothing.

3. Sweaters are a girl’s best friend. 

Okay, maybe not best friend, but fall is all about the sweater. From cardigans to pullovers to hooded, a Southern girl needs an arsenal of sweaters.

4. BOOTS.

Enough said. If you see a Southern girl in fall and she doesn’t have some sort of boot on, she’s not Southern.

5. You don’t have to wear a jersey or a t-shirt to a football game. 

While you definitely can wear those things, a Southern girl knows you can also wear a dress and pearls. With boots, of course.

6. A girl is going to need a few blanket scarves. 

We love them because it’s basically like wearing a giant blanket. Warm and cozy, these babies are perfect for any fall day.

7. Practicality is a must. 

Jeans, sweatshirts and even a great pair of rain boots are necessities in the fall. And don’t forget a solid jacket, you never know when the temperatures are going to dip unexpectedly.

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