These 5 Outfit Ideas Feel Fresh—I Can’t Wait to Try Them

It’s that time of year when dressing up for the weekends gets a little bit tricky. Summer is long gone, so if we want to wear mini hemlines, tights and socks are most definitely involved, and you can absolutely forget about going out without a jacket. While extra layers may be involved, just because it’s getting colder doesn’t mean you have to give up dressing fabulously on the weekends. Whether your ideal weekend is filled with crossing titles off your reading list or you’re more of a martinis-and-dancing type of weekender (or both), I have five outfit formulas that are guaranteed crowd-pleasers. Keep scrolling to see which five weekend-friendly looks I can’t wait to re-create.

There is something about a onesie/jumpsuit that is just so cute. It’s become my uniform for Sundays spent running to Whole Foods, Pilates, and meeting friends for coffee. I love how Emma styled her ALO jumpsuit to make it more formal by adding platform boots with a knit bolero.

A good corset top and high-waisted denim have become my go-to for a night out with friends. It’s great for the colder weather since you can throw on a moto jacket or blazer on and it still looks great. This Rezek studio corset top I wore recently in L.A. was so dreamy.

This look made it into my top five because it can be worn for so many occasions. Whether you’re meeting friends for dinner or brunch, going on a first date, or having a day out at a museum, it just works. I like how Jourdan styled her neutral-toned skirt with a colorful knit.

The holiday season is just around the corner, so naturally, sparkles and sequins have both entered the group chat. Regardless of if you’re in the holiday spirit or not, sparkles and sequins have taken over from all your favorite designer runways to the racks of your favorite retailers.

I’m loving this look for the weekends this season. A sheer top is always the perfect touch of risqué when paired with some printed pants for an added cool factor.

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