Fall Wardrobe.

Fall is simply the best.

Feeling cozy in a sweater with warm oatmeal, Fall decor, pumpkin spice coffee, pumpkin candles and pretty much pumpkin anything.20191004_1315096515073091961970285.jpgToday, I am sharing my Fall wardrobe collection, just as I did my summer wardrobe breakdown a few months ago.

These boots I just have to share first.

I got them for free from a “thrift” style store in my town. I’ve been looking for a nice pair of cowboy boots since I was 20 years old (I’m currently 31). 20191004_1314103517327565394096959.jpgWhen it came to clothing items, the young minimalist in me only bought shoes that I needed, never “wanted.” 20191004_1316528480539310991890112.jpgAny cowboy boots I came across that looked nice, were always $60.00+.

To finally get a pair that was not only free but in the colors I love, it seriously makes me one happy mama. ❤

I got some new canvas shoes from Walmart a couple of weeks ago. I initially wanted to get some mustard colored ones, but they were out of my size. I spotted these and I wasn’t too sure about them since I didn’t have my jeans on that day. Once I put them on, I loved how neutral and simple they looked.I like to have these shoes handy for the “warmer” fall days. I also have a pair of brown “above the” ankle boots and black snow boots.20191004_22312746013106026951439.jpgThese jeans (okay, yes jeggings) you’ve probably seen plenty of times, especially if you follow me on Instagram.img_20191008_133640_9913702015406360039609.jpgI got them from Walmart and have four pairs total. They are just seriously very comfortable and I love the way they fit. 20191006_1429206020456666011689893.jpgMost of my sweaters and shirts are from Kohl’s.

I’m guilty and shop in the Juniors section; I just don’t like most of the sweaters in the women’s departments. The just don’t fit me well or I don’t find a ton of stripes.

My mom likes to say I like the “Freddy Kruger” look; totally okay with that. 😉

Here’s my breakdown for my Fall [and Winter] wardrobe:

  • 2 Pairs of Light Blue Jeans [Jeggings]*
  • 1 Pair of Dark Green Jeans [Jeggings]*
  • 1 Pair of Black Jeans
  • 1 Black Short Sleeve Shirt*
  • 1 Long Sleeve Shirt [Cream Colored w/ Multi-Colored Stripes]*
  • 4 [Open] Cardigan Sweaters
  • 6 Pullover Sweaters:
  • 1 Long Sleeve Dress [Dark Blue w/ White Stripes]*
  • 1 Long Sleeve Denim Dress
  • 1 Long Sleeve Denim Button-Up Shirt
  • 1 Long Sleeve Button-Up Shirt [Pink & Blue Striped]
  • 1 Cold Shoulder Button-Up Shirt
  • 1 Gray Sweatshirt
  • 2 Pairs of Brown Boots*
  • 1 Pair of White Canvas Sneakers*
  • 1 Pair of Red Canvas Sneakers*
  • 1 Pair of Brown Canvas Shoes*
  • 1 Pair of Snow Boots
  • 2 Scarves [Beige & Green]
  • 1 Gray Coat [Thigh Length]

Total = 31 Items 

If you noticed from my previous post on my summer wardrobe, you’ll notice my black short sleeve shirt, two light jeggings, my boots, denim butter-up and denim dress, spilled into my Fall wardrobe.20190724_1320224818040408779351726.jpgI wanted to included some colors in my list to show that not every Minimalist sticks to neutral solid colors. I do enjoy my “pops” of color [clearly in the form of stripes].20190929_160305414330489866049880.jpgBefore making this list, I thought I had way more winter clothing items (like well over 40 items), so I am pretty impressed with myself.

As mentioned in my other post, this does not include socks, underwear or gym clothing. Perhaps one day, I will share my gym clothing collection since, after all, I am a fitness professional.

But for now, Fall it is. ❤

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*all these clothing items are pictured in the post!

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