Are you getting into the habit of wearing the same things again and again? Maybe it's time to think about updating your look for fall. We've broken it down to the five things you need to look cool and trendy this fall even if you aren't leaving home. Here are some COVID-friendly fashion trends for fall.

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Five Key Fashion Trends for Fall

I've picked some of my favorite fall pieces that work for me at home and on the (rare) occasions when I get out. they are zoom ready and I think they might earn a spot in your closet.

Five Key Fashion Trends for Fall


Meet the pants you’ll never want to take off. The Performance Joggers have a slim but relaxed fit with a slightly cropped leg, side pockets and a drawstring. Great for traveling, yoga, training and chilling. My current favorite Vuori jogger ($84) (they come in nine colors!).

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Oversized Turtleneck

I live in turtlenecks and I'm swooning over the cozy options from cabi. The Tryst Pullover features a timeless turtle neckline done in a yummy teal hue. It has a relaxed fit with dropped armholes and an intricate rib pattern. Get it at ($119)

Silk Scarf

A silk scarf can take your look up a notch or two. I love when I can look good and support a worthy cause. My pick is one of three original designs in the Talbot's Art of the Scarf Collection. This striking work of art celebrates women helping women and the uplifting beauty and strength of female friendships. In support of the fight to end breast cancer, Talbots commissioned internationally renowned female artists to interpret the courage, strength and determination of women. 10% of net proceeds from these limited-edition scarves benefits Susan G. Komen®. Karen Mabon Scarf for Talbots ($79.50)

Fitted Turtleneck

Slim-fit turtleneck with understated tie-dye trim. This one on Saks website has a tie-dye trim. It works as a base layer with those long cardigans and as a top. Get it on Saks here. ($215)

Black Sneakers

Are you getting in your 10,000 steps? I'm sure trying. I’ve found listening to podcasts, walking the dog and calling friends on the go, all are helping me get there. Another thing that helps, wearing shoes that are made for walking. They look great too. These women's lifestyle sneakers have a silhouette inspired by '70s kicks to add trendy retro style to your wardrobe. They are made with leather, suede and nylon materials for a sleek look that keeps your outfit streetwear ready. These kicks also include an updated N logo for a fresh finish that lets you raise the style bar. New Balance 327 Sneaker ($89.99) 


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