By now you might have guessed that Pinterest is The Fashion Spot's never-ending fountain of inspiration. And right now we've got our sights set on fall fashion. Luckily for us, some of our favorite pinners also have autumn squarely in their view, posting a plethora of color-coordinated layers topped with chunky knits, fun makeup experiments, and cool new 'dos. Whether you want to dress up or dress down, go lighter or go darker, or transition your favorite summer looks into autumn-appropriate looks, now is the time to do it. Click through for what's getting us the most excited about the changing of seasons.
Experimenting with your beauty look is a super-fun way to embrace a new season (and it can be a lot cheaper than changing out your entire wardrobe). The gothy, dark look is so great for fall, as this pin demonstrates brilliantly.
But if you want to change up your wares, do it! Grunge is fun for fall — and it's, um, easy to master. Look to this pin for the ultimate grungey look.
This is pretty much the classically perfect fall look: dark tights, layers, chunky scarf. We can practically feel the chill in the air already.
Good news! You don't have to forfeit your fun prints for fall — wear them loud and proud, like the fashionable subject of this pin. Just make sure you're pursuing long sleeves or warm layers!
Convert Your Maxi
Think your long, flowy maxi dress (or skirt) is just for summer? Think again. It'll look like new when you top it with a fitted jacket and requisite winter accessories, like the lady in this pin expertly shows.
Denim is a great fall staple; polka-dotted denim is the ideal fall staple (and it'll go with more than you might think!).
Bob & Leather
Keri Hilson's pitch-perfect, brightly blonde bob looks so great topped with that leather hat.
Alright, the bob is pretty much our favorite haircut for fall. While bangs have been "in" for a while, Oliva Palermo proves that they aren't always necessary for a chic-yet-updated look.
Borrowed From the Boys
Talk about the perfect borrowed-from-the-boys fall look! Deeply hued (but also bright) pants paired with a traditional knit sweater would look as good on you as it does on this dude model here.
Elevated Sweater Dress
When we picture sweater dresses, we imagine empire waistlines and clingy gauges — this lovely oversized number has us dreaming of something better.
all images via Pinterest