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If there’s one thing that makes the arrival of cooler temps worth it, it’s cozy dressing weather. There are ultra-soft sweaters that double as blankets, loungewear for all your Halloween movie binges and work-from-home days, and plenty of slouchy flannel for any and all apple-picking adventures—even if said adventure is just to the produce aisle at the grocery store. Whatever your plans for the season, consider picking up one (or two) new items to add to your collection of scarves and knitwear. And with Amazon’s low prices, you don’t have to break the bank to do so.
We found 30 of the retailer’s best fall fashion finds that hit every different budget and style. Whether you want an autumn dress to wear before it gets truly frigid, a trendy fall hat, or a versatile piece of outerwear for easy layering, we’re sure you’ll find something in the mix:
Striped Pullover Sweater
Designed with the comfiest relaxed fit, you’ll want to reach for this splashy sweater the second temperatures start to dip.
These cropped pants, which feature a monochromatic gingham print, were made for fall hayrides.
Flannel Button Down Jacket
There’s nothing more quintessentially fall than plaid flannel. Add to your collection with this plush shacket, whose ever-so-slightly irregular pattern makes it stand out.
From its polo neckline to its batwing sleeves, this camel sweater dress relies on key details to elevate a basic silhouette.
The best way to make a summer silhouette last longer is by alternating the material; in this case, cozy corduroy in an earthy green hue makes these shorts appropriate for the time of year.
Button Down Shirt
For those days when you can’t settle on one color palette: don’t. This slouchy button-down incorporates three different shades for a punchy piece you can wear alone or layered over a cropped tank.
Aaron Cutout Sweater Dress
A sultry shoulder cut-out brings just the right amount of edge to this otherwise modest midi dress.
Denim Long Overalls
Swap t-shirts for turtlenecks as your base layer, and you’ll be getting use out of this denim jumpsuit year-round.
Brushed Mohair Pullover
Everything about this fuzzy mohair sweater, from the wide sleeves to the shoulder buttons, makes it feel like an upgrade on a super basic style.
Rose Loungewear Set
For those rainy days when you just can’t bring yourself to leave the house, this soft loungewear set is perfect. It comes in 19 colors, so go ahead and stock up for hibernating season.
Chiffon Pleated Maxi Skirt
If you love flouncy skirts, add this maxi number to your closet. It’ll look great with a cream-colored turtleneck tucked into it.
Midi Shirt Dress
This belted number is great for those days when you need to look instantly put-together, and it has a secret secondary function: Unbuttoned, it doubles as a light coat.
Embroidered Mini Dress
For occasions that call for a more formal dress code, this tangerine-colored mini is airy while still keeping you covered up. (Incidentally, the roomy silhouette pretty much makes it our ideal Thanksgiving outfit, too.)
Floral Mock Neck Blouse
Tuck this mock neck top into white high-waisted jeans for an easy weekend brunch look that’s fashionable without looking too formal.
Teddy Bear Jacket
One of the biggest outerwear trends of the last few years is seemingly here to stay, and we love this affordable version of the teddy bear coat for the array of colors it comes in (including pink, if neutrals aren’t your thing).
Titus Open Front Sweater
This cut-out cardigan plus black denim or leather pants makes for the ultimate laid-back date night outfit formula—just mix up the shoes to keep it interesting.
Legend High Rise Jean
Whoever said you can’t wear white after Labor Day is not to be listened to: With their comfortable wide leg and raw hem, this pair makes a chic everyday alternative to your regular denim.
Cable Knit Turtleneck Dress
This best-selling turtleneck has over 6,000 reviews to back it up, with reviewers noting they’ve even come back to buy the style in multiple different colorways (it comes in 24 total, so you have options).
Textured Pullover Sweater
A good cotton crewneck is worth the investment, but luckily, this bright blue one from Gap is affordable enough that it doesn’t have to be.
Pull-On Midi Skirt
Because it can be worn so many different ways and comes in a lighter fabric reviewers report doesn’t wrinkle, this midi skirt is a must for any trips you have planned.
The Boyfriend Button Down
A blue oxford shirt is just as timeless as a white button-down. If you don’t already have one in your closet, take the plunge on this piece and team it with high-waisted jeans and loafers.
Mock Neck Sleeveless Vest
With its soft sweater-like material and sleeveless design, this apricot vest top is the best of both worlds.
Heather Faux Leather Moto Jacket
Leather jackets may be a staple, but no one said they had to be black. This olive color offers a fresh twist on a classic.
Pastels aren’t just for summer—this boxy blazer would look great with your go-to black leather boots and has the ideal mid-weight feel for transitional weather dressing.
Long Satin Skirt
Wear this versatile skirt with a white tee and sneakers while it’s still warm out, then switch it up for chunky oversized sweaters and slim-fit turtlenecks.
Lucy Airy Shorts
Depending on where you live, fall may still be humid and hot; the solution is a pair of breezy shorts in an autumnal color, like camel, that can be dressed up with a boxy button-down when you have to go into the office.
Good Waist Palazzo Pants
Combining the comfort of stretchy denim with the style of palazzo pants, try this army green piece to switch up your standard jeans-and-a-tee uniform.
Moody florals are the keys to making this slip dress work past September. Wear it with strappy heels to the next wedding on your calendar.
Hitch Hike Jacket
If it’s already chilly where you live, pick up an insulated jacket to tide you over until it’s proper coat weather. This quilted fleece has a chic two-tone design, plus pockets for your phone and wallet.
Linen Wide Leg Pants
For proof that linen is anything but a one-season wonder, look to these ultra-wide-leg trousers. The structured waistline and pleated design give them some polish, so you can wear them to work with a crisp button-down.
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