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Chic AF Outfit Ideas I Promise Are Still Comfy

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Fall is approaching and that means ~pumpkin spice everything~, finally saying goodbye to humidity (*cheers internally*), and cozy AF cardigans. I’d be lying if I didn’t admit that the blueprint of a fall wardrobe pretty much consists of UGG slippers, hoodies, and sweatpants. And while it sounds like a literal dream to dress like that 24/7, there comes a time where we all need to change out of sweats for certain occasions or you simply don’t want to look like a complete degenerate.

Some of us struggle to dress ~chic~ while balancing fall fashion trends and comfortable enough to move around. I know what you’re thinking, “I’m not swapping joggers for pleated pants, I’d be losing the comfy-factor!” However, that is not always the case. Luck for you, I’ve curated a list of clothing swaps to elevate your style for the fall and I promise they’re just as comfortable as that 100 year old fleece you found in the back of your dad’s closet.

Instead of Black Leggings Go For A Black Silky Trouser

Satin-finish Elastic Waist Pants

Tired Of Your Boring Long Sleeve? Try This Top

Djerf Avenue Bateau Neck Sweater Grey

Can I Interest You With a Denim Shacket For Over Your Flannel?

Denim Oversized Cargo Shirt Jacket in Palmerston Wash
 $118.50 (was $148)

Instead Of A Hoodie Go For A Chunky Cozy Cardigan

Sezane Emile Cardigan

Swap Your Uggs For A Pair Of Ballet Flats

NA-KD Basic Bow Ballerinas

You’ll Be Just As Comfortable And Even Cuter With These Than Joggers

H&M Rib-knit Pants

Leave Your Nylon Belt Bag Behind And Carry This Leather Fanny Pack

Remy Espresso Belt Bag

Keep A Cozy Crew-Neck On Hand Just In Case

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Becca Kang
Becca Kang
Rebecca Kang is Betches' People Ops Coordinator and her second occupation is constantly shopping for clothes until she realizes she has no money in her bank account. When she isn't working or damaging her wallet, you can find her trying out new restaurants, watching the Knicks play, or being a couch potato.