I'm a Fashion Editor and a Mom—I Personally Approve of These 3 Fall Outfits

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I'm a Fashion Editor and a Mom—I Personally Approve of These 3 Fall Outfits

Between breakfast, early morning meetings, dressing my 2-year-old daughter, Sophie, and setting up her activities for the day, sometimes all I want to do is pull on a pair of sweats and call it a day. To be honest, sometimes I do, but this season, the trends are so strong that they've inspired me to toss the sweats to the side and put on real clothes. 

This season has it all: oversize blazers, shoulder bags, and Western-inspired dresses that make me feel like a fairy. But when selecting outfits I could wear on repeat, it was important to make sure my clothes would be comfortable enough to move with me as I juggle my lifestyle. Once again, Saks OFF 5TH did not fail me, and I found everything I was looking for and more. I frequent the fashion-forward retailer not only because it offers up to 70% off the best brands every day, but also because it has an incredible kids section. But this time, I made it a point to shop for myself, and it only made sense to head there when updating my fall wardrobe. 

What's better than an oversize blazer, boots, and flare jeans? A shoulder bag, actually, that fits everything from my wallet to a spare toy. This outfit makes me feel like I'm in control of my morning, so I'm going to start my Mondays off in this exact look.

The quality of the blazer is *chef's kiss.*

Yeah, these are $20 and extremely stretchy. Mom or not, you need these jeans.

I laugh every time I see micro bags because as much as I want one, I know it would never work for me. I love this shoulder bag because it gives me the early-2000s vibes I've been craving and has enough space for me to stow all my stuff in.

The almond-toe shape of these boots gives me Western vibes, but my favorite thing about this ultra-luxe pair is how comfortable they are. 

Speaking of Western vibes, I'm digging this dress for date night after a long week of the working-mom life. I'm bringing my boots and bag along for the ride, which makes the outfit feel extra polished and only took me five minutes *max* to style.  

Trust me—this dress will go the extra mile for you.

Ultra cozy and ultra stylish, this classic sweater-and-midi-skirt look is now a mainstay in my weekly outfit rotation this season, especially for those mid-week play dates with my friends and their kids. Another trend I'm keeping an eye on is incorporating shades of brown, which is why I picked up a heathered oatmeal cashmere sweater and a micro leopard-printed skirt. 

So lightweight and soft—a steal at this price.

The pleating adds a touch of trendiness, but it also makes the skirt extremely billowy and comfortable to wear.

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30 New Fall Zara Shoes That Will Sell Out Faster Than You Can Hit Add to Cart

They're flying off the (virtual) shelves.

30 New Fall Zara Shoes That Will Sell Out Faster Than You Can Hit Add to Cart

No Zara item goes more viral than a pair of really good shoes. And according to the slew of new arrivals at Zara this past couple of weeks, we can expect a lot more of the brand's irresistible shoes (and prices) to go viral this fall season. Per usual, the brand has stocked up on all of the major fall trends and essentials, from lace-up booties to crystal-adorned heels. When you find a product that is both forward and cheap, not purchasing it would be a crime, and most wise shoppers are in agreement. Does this explain the frequency at which Zara products go viral? Most likely. 

If we were to make some predictions (which we love doing here at Who What Wear), we would place all our money on the 30 pairs of new fall Zara shoes ahead selling out at the speed of light either right now or in the coming weeks leading up to the shift of the season. If the idea of a closed-toe shoe freaks you out right now due to a massive amount of end-of-summer denial, we suggest you scroll through some of our fall trend content to get in the mood. Then shop your little heart out via the selection below. 

The color and shape of the moment.

Our editorial director Lauren recently wore these and now I'm convinced I need them, too.

Western boots are back in a huge way, just ask TikTok.

I might get flack for this, but I find these rubber clogs so chic.

There's always one pair of boots that everyone and their mother gets from Zara for fall and winter. My bet's on these.

Buy them for the Halloween costume, keep them for your going-out outfits.

These will look especially cool with relaxed trousers and a dad hat.

The perfect addition to any '90s fall wardrobe.

PSA: Zara's going all-in on the clog movement.

Looks like these are already selling out, so you better move quickly.

Big Rich Mom Energy over here.

I may or may not have already bought them.

Lug-sole loafers are the shoes every fashion person will be wearing this fall.

I like that these are a sleeker, more wearable version that taps into the Western boot craze.

Wait, these are so fun.

Can't-go-wrong boots that will work for everyone. Need I say more?

That's hot.

Extremely cool.

If you told me these were a vintage find, I'd 100% believe you.

These immediately reminded me of Romy and Michele's High School Reunion and now I think I've dated myself.

Clogs are fully happening, ICYMI.

Leather ballet flats. That's all.

I can't tell if these are the best or worst things I've ever seen but I like that they're keeping me on my toes.

Paging Olivia Rodrigo.

Give me everything in this color.

Summer shoe trend, fall finishing.

Ankle boots you'll get a ton of wear out of but that don't look like anything else you own.

The square toe makes these looks so much more expensive.

Meet the "ugly" shoes fashion insiders are backing.

Yes, please.

Up next, see how our editorial director is styling the 10 fall Zara picks that everyone's talking about.

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