Dressing the Part– Three Styles Every Girl Needs To Try


Let’s face it, winter is almost near and it’s here to stay. There’s absolutely no better way to start this chilly season than to stay up-to-date with trendy, sporty and casual looks. Whether you’re hitting your favorite sports team’s game or painting the city for the night, I have three looks you must try. Jump out of your comfort zone, and let’s get this season started.

The Rocker-Chic

Leather, and lots of it. The reason why I love fall? Three words: all black everything.  Try to scope out local resale shops for jackets. Sometimes you’ll get lucky and find boots or studded accessories. Style icons to follow are Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen. The fashion forward twin sisters add just right amount of black to their outfits.

I found this Bergner’s leather jacket at Main Street Resale Shop. It was well worth the $20 considering this similar Bergner’s jacket is $67. Add a mod top, leather skirt and rocker boots to complete the look.



Sporting your trendiest outfit to the football game isn’t always first on the priority list but don’t let that stop you from looking your best. Thrift stores have an abundance of your states’ favorite sports team attire. Items that look ancient are the ones to throw in your cart.

I found this throwback Green Bay Packers sweater at Goodwill for $5 and fanny pack for $2. Check out the kid’s section, that’s where I struck lucky. It’s similar to this $65 GBP holiday sweater. Complete with a wedged shoe and work your way into the stadium.


Casual & cozy

For those cold fall days, throw on your favorite cozy cardigan and slip into a pair of jeans. The goal is to be comfortable yet lust in layers at the same time. Timeless fall staples include floor length cardigans, long sleeved t-shirts and light, washed out jeans.

I purchased a Forever21 cardigan, bongo jeans at Goodwill for $5, and Nine West metallic flats from TJ Maxx for $5. Add a colorful scarf and explore.


Are you ready to head to the Hampton’s of Wisconsin? Stay tuned in for my next post, Door County Takeover.


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