Hailey Bieber Embraced This Classic Fall Outfit & You Should Too

It’s so easy to recreate.

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Hailey Bieber is seen on July 6, 2021 in Los Angeles, California.

The “I have so many clothes, but nothing to wear” conundrum is all too common. When you have many choices to choose from, it can be debilitating. And often times, this dilemma is compounded by the fall season, as the chillier temperatures mandate additional thermal layers that you’ll have to arrange just so. To help recharge your style batteries, TZR found several celebrity fall outfit ideas packed with inspiration. Some of the looks below rely on classic and timeless styling formulas that have stood the test of time.

Case in point: Jessica Alba paired together oversized trousers with a bodysuit or an ensemble that can be worn for days in the office or running errands in the neighborhood. (If it’s nippy outside, you can easily throw on your favorite blazer or moto jacket for extra warmth). However, other ensembles featured ahead are a bit more inventive and eccentric, which might inspire you to step outside of your sartorial comfort zone. Take Rihanna’s neon orange and bright blue outfit combination, for example. Admittedly, RiRi’s two vivid shades aren’t a traditional fall pairing. But this season’s trends share a common theme of stepping outside of fashion’s conventional design box, so now is the perfect time to experiment in a garish color clash — even if it feels scary at first.

Ahead, see the fall celebrity outfits that will help reinvigorate how you dress this season.

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Bodysuit + Navy Trousers

You’ll find a pair of trousers in the wardrobes of almost every fashionista as they’re a versatile option that looks elevated and polished with almost anything. Alba wore hers with a coordinating T-shirt bodysuit, then she added a laid-back feel by finishing off the look with a pair of sporty sneakers and gold chain necklaces.

Blazer Dress + Patterned Tights

If you often find yourself staring at your outfit’s reflection in the mirror while thinking, “this look needs something, but I’m not sure what it is,” consider a pair of patterned tights. Tracee Ellis Ross wore hers with a blazer dress, and the end result was a sultry graphic moment. But a short hemline isn’t always necessary. Printed hosiery makes for a fun peek-a-boo moment underneath a pair of cropped trousers, too.

A Statement Puffer + Jeans

For fall, jackets aren’t solely used as a thermal protection layer — they’re fundamental parts of the lewk. Check out how Hailey Bieber’s eye-catching, cherry-red puffer is the hero piece of her casual outfit. Her jacket — which is vintage Chanel, by the way — is a stark color pop against her white cable-knit sweater and medium-wash blue jeans.

A Miniskirt Set

For those who live in NYC, there is only a small window of opportunity in the fall or spring, where you can wear a long-sleeve top/blazer with a miniskirt and not overheat or become too cold. Take advantage of this as soon as possible by throwing on your favorite miniskirt set. Elsa Hosk, for example, opted for an oversized denim shirt styled with a coordinating bottom from her label HELSA. A pair of loafers and structured white handbag added the perfect preppy touches.

Touches Of Craftcore

Who could forget about craftcore? The down-to-earth trend (think homemade-looking pieces, like a crochet garment) is definitely one to consider for fall if you appreciate a wholesome and eclectic vibe. Replicate Olivia Rodrigo’s outfit with a mini dress from The Series, a sustainable brand that was one of the first to herald the crafty phenomenon into fashion’s mainstream. A pair of knee-high boots — like the “Good 4 U” singer’s Dr. Martens — double as leg warmers, so they’re the perfect shoe to pair with a mini-length hem on a chilly fall day.

A Dressed-Up Comfy Look

If you’re slowly easing yourself back into dressing up, but don’t want to relinquish comfy dressing completely, opt for a breezy and flowing shirtdress. Gabrielle Union’s emerald green number creates a sophisticated look with little to no styling effort. You can easily copy her outfit with the pieces included below.

A Printed Set

The matching set trend really hit its stride last year. And as Ashley Graham demonstrated above with her set from Marina Rinaldi, the coordinated look remains steadfast for this season, too. A patterned set — like Silk Laundry’s two-piece number — is an effortless way to deliver the bold impact of co-ords.

An Unexpected Color Clash

The color trends for fall 2022 encourage personal expression and subverting tradition (in other words, less conventional autumn shades like cozy browns and creams and more vibrant pinks and yellows). One of the best ways to harness that playful approach to color is by wearing an unexpected combination of shades — like Rihanna’s burnt orange and cerulean blue look.

Corset Top + Jeans

Cinched-up bustier tops have once again become a hot commodity. Only this time around, it’s during fashion’s re-emergence era where everyone’s searching for the closest party so they can dress up. Thus, the corset trend for fall 2022 is less about subtle romance and more about making a sensual, party-ready impact. So for your next night out, try a bustier top like Kourtney Kardashian’s and pair it with leather trousers for a dark and vampy look.

A Novelty Cardigan

When in doubt, rely on an all-black look save for a colorful hero piece — like a personality-filled cardigan. Dua Lipa’s sunflower sweater from motoguo is wonderfully kitschy. It makes for a vibrant pop of fun when contrasted against the inky backdrop of her top and bottoms.

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