5 Cute Fall Looks (All On Sale At Saks)

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This post is sponsored by Saks.

Hey, gang — Saks is having one of its huge, epic sales right now. Not only is Saks’ regular sale section worth a peruse, but its also offering 20% off select full-price items (use code FORYOU). Which means that my cotton STAUD sundress is now 20% off, as is this absolutely jaw-dropping maxi.

My sundress is backless and cotton and just a little sexy in a girl-next-door kind of way, but that maxi dress has the kind of glamorous ’70s vibe that makes me want to host a party and nonchalantly sip from a coupe glass all night.

I mean.

So, yes: There’s a ton of seriously gorgeous dresses on sale at Saks right now. But this is not that article. I’m still trying to figure out my daily uniform this fall, so I used Saks’ extensive sale section to play paper dolls and build some everyday fall outfits around a few key pieces.

5 Everyday Fall Outfits From Saks (& Yes, I Do Mean Denim)

And by “everyday outfit ideas,” I do mean denim. Jeans, obviously, but I threw a denim skirt in the mix, just for fun. And in the spirit of full disclosure, I just ordered these seriously cool, ’70s-inspired Joe’s Jeans palazzos. Ahhh, so excited.

Outfit 1: Denim Skirt + Comfy Tops + Easy Footwear

While tall boots are an easy win with denim skirts, I wanted to figure out a way to make denim skirts more casual. Sneakers & slingback clogs do the trick, and pair nicely with T-shirts and cozy knits (or even a sweatshirt).

I've gotta figure out my everyday fall outfits (& by "everyday," I do mean denim), & I'm looking to Saks. Think: a long skirt, *silver* boots & all the jeans. Come see.

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NOTES: That white rag & bone T-shirt is my longtime fave (there’s seriously nothing better), and the North Face backpack looks even better in person. It’s surprisingly elevated for an everyday backpack. The whole team are Varley fans (the sweater above), and don’t be scared by the weird, spread collar — it looks seriously cool in real life.


Outfit 2: SAM. Jacket + Straight-Leg Jeans + Cool Winter Boots

Black boots & accessories often feel too heavy — especially with light-color winter coats — but tans can skew too warm. So, I LOVE the idea of a muted green, chocolate brown and/or taupe color palette. It still goes with dark-wash jeans and black sweaters, but feels fresh for winter.

I've gotta figure out my everyday fall outfits (& by "everyday," I do mean denim), & I'm looking to Saks. Think: a long skirt, *silver* boots & all the jeans. Come see.

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NOTES: I have a similar SAM. jacket, and it is honestly so freaking good. It’s bizarrely warm and technical (windproof too) yet looks like a fashion piece. I can’t recommend it enough. And if you’ve been eyeing up those shearling Inuikii boots as long as I have (uhhh, years) — now’s the time to take the plunge, I think. And the See by Chloe boots (with their rugged soles) are exactly what I look for in Winter Date Night Boots. Gahhhh, the green of that backpack. Another North Face win.


Outfit 3: Vest + Oversized Blazer + Wide-Leg Jeans

Clearly I have green on the brain (I sometimes forget what a good neutral green makes), but the *real* point of this outfit is to try layering an oversized blazer over a vest. Feels especially fresh for fall.

I've gotta figure out my everyday fall outfits (& by "everyday," I do mean denim), & I'm looking to Saks. Think: a long skirt, *silver* boots & all the jeans. Come see.

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NOTES: Honestly, all I see when I look at this outfit are those freaking JEANS. The combo of the dark wash with that perfectly placed rip — GOOD GRIEF. But let’s not overlook how cool those subtly green Ray-ban sunglasses look with that green bag, or how vests were made to be worn with a simple, sexy necklace hanging down just so. I could go on — note the stitched detail in that white Aimee Kestenburg bag and the absolutely gorgeous lines of this oversized blazer — I’m patting myself on the back for this one.


Outfit 4: Wide-Leg Jeans + Cool Shoes + Stripes

Since we’re talking fall, obviously we need a good striped sweater in here — I’ve always loved a soft, neutral stripe. A simple, classic outfit…but made bananas cool with those ultra-unique wedges.

I've gotta figure out my everyday fall outfits (& by "everyday," I do mean denim), & I'm looking to Saks. Think: a long skirt, *silver* boots & all the jeans. Come see.

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NOTES: These wide-leg jeans are supposed to hit right above the ankle bone — better to show off those gorgeous shoes (if you care, sculptural heels will be HUGE this fall) — but if you hate that idea, those Joe’s palazzo jeans I just ordered would also work (and have a whopping 34-inch inseam). That woven STAUD bag is actually leather, making it perfect for year-round use.


Outfit 5: Silver Accessories + Black & Navy + Ripped Jeans

While silver accessories add a bit of shine/sparkle to almost any outfit, I love reinforcing that could-be-fancy vibe with by pairing it with black and navy. The black-&-navy color combo always strikes me as interesting and tuxedo-adjacent. Because it’s me, I’d wear the whole thing with ripped Levi’s jeans to offset the fancy a little.

I've gotta figure out my everyday fall outfits (& by "everyday," I do mean denim), & I'm looking to Saks. Think: a long skirt, *silver* boots & all the jeans. Come see.

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NOTES: If you do nothing else, click through to see that STAUD top on a person. It’s…REALLY good. Great for work, but cool and gamine enough to go out in too. I’m still a huge fan of Loeffler Randalls bow heels (I prefer the lower, more walkable heel) — they’re quirky and cute — but I wouldn’t kick those silver cowboy boots outta my closet, either.


What are you guys thinking for fall? Are any of these outfits along the lines of where you’re heading?

Xo,

S

Thank you, Saks.

I've gotta figure out my everyday fall outfits (& by "everyday," I do mean denim), & I'm looking to Saks. Think: a long skirt, *silver* boots & all the jeans. Come see.

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