Fall Favorites Under $200

Have you started shopping for fall yet? Every August once retailers start releasing their fall pieces, I always jump on things. A little eager, but this is when I find some of my favorite finds. A lot of times the best pieces sell out or they sell out in small sizes (especially when they come in petites). So yeah a little early, but hey, I’m a fall girl through and through and to be honest, I’m already ready for cooler weather. 

One of my first stops for early fall pieces, Nordstrom! I love checking out their new arrivals, especially their shoe selection. I snagged these amazing mules, these pumps, and then just got these from the NAS. I love that Nordstrom has everything for everyone all in one place – a one-stop-shop! I’ll probably get Harper a few sneakers for school soon, too! Read on for details on some of my favorite fall finds under $200.

Liverpool Los Angeles Blazer xs – This blazer is so comfortable! It’s a thicker material but has a lot of stretch making it not so stiff. This is a great option if you’re looking for a blazer for more relaxed occasions – business casual or casual workwear. It’s also a great color for fall!

Marc Fisher Mules 5 – These are the BEST Jenni Kayne shearling mule dupes I’ve seen and tried on! These are so fantastic! They run TTS, super comfortable right out of the box, and I know the shearling will wear really nicely over time.

Nordstrom Mock neck xs – White sweaters are so hard to find in the fall/winter. This one is perfect! I love a funnel neck and this one isn’t too overwhelming but still stands up on it’s own. Material isn’t itchy and it’s on the longer side.

Madewell Vintage Jeans 23 (size down)
Nike Air Max 270 Sneakers 6 (go up a full size)

Madewell Vintage Jeans 23 – These are some of my favorites jeans of all time, especially in the Ainsworth wash! These do run big, so size down. They’re a bit snug at first, but they mold and change with your body and end up being super comfortable. I love the tapered leg on these – they’re so flattering! I can’t recommend these enough.

Nike Air MAx 270’s (size 6)- The most comfortable Nike sneakers I’ve owned! I went up a half size, but I even think you can go up a full size. I’m normally a 5.5 in Nike and got the 6 (and normally a 5 in all shoes). I’ve gotten so much wear out of these already and they’re not even a year old. These are overall great athleisure sneakers and you could even workout in them (I wouldn’t run in them). They provide a little added height, which I’m always a fan of. Love how chic they are too!

ONeil Jacket xs – I love a good green utility jacket for fall (or year round to be honest). This one is quite oversized, but in a good way. It’s also super classic too, which is not always easy to find. Some utility jackets have extra buttons or frills, which I don’t love, but this one is perfect. I like to wear this style straight, but it does have a cinched waist on the inside if you want more of a definition.

Vagabond Shoemakers Boot 6 – These are hands down my favorite purchase from the sale. I always looks for the perfect black bootie in the fall and winter and I can officially say, I found them. And they’re at such a good price. These are the perfect bootie to wear with straight leg jeans as the shaft is snug and high. I would typically stay away from wearing a higher shaft with skinny jeans or leggings, but these will work with black leggings to skinny jeans. The shaft is snug so it will help keep you pants tucked, too. These have a more everyday vibe versus the Frame boots, if that makes sense. They can handle wear and tear better. The 6 fit me well and they’re comfortable.

Veja V-10 Sneakers (us 4, EU 35) – Don’t ever underestimate a black and white shoe. These are not your basic white sneaker. There’s something about the black and white contrast that really makes these pop and elevates any outfit. These aren’t the most comfortable sneakers of all time, but I do love the way they look. They take some time to wear in and has you’ll read in most reviews, the tongue is pretty stiff. I have a little trick for tucking the tongue under in my Stories highlights. Sizing is also a little weird. These run big, I take the US 4/EU 35.

Zella Studio Lite Leggings (xs) – I’ve been a big fan of Zella leggings for a long time. Last year I finally tried their Studio Lite leggings and I love them even more than the Live In leggings. These are lightweight, but still suck you in. They’re not as restricting as the Live In leggings. The length is perfect for petites and they have the pockets on the sides which I really love (great for holding your phone when you run). These hold up really well, too! For leggings under $75, I can’t recommend these more. They just came out with a bunch of new colors, too!

Special thank you to Nordstrom for partnering on this post.