We love you, fall, for your crisp air and sunset leaves. We love the booties and jackets we get to wear when you roll around. But we also love showing a little skin, even when we're sipping a spicy latte. That's why we've tapped Caila Quinn, lifestyle blogger and all-around style pro, to fill us in on how she keeps her romantic personal style intact — and just a teensy bit revealing — during sweater weather.
"Lingerie-inspired looks have the air of just rolling out of bed," says Quinn. "I love wearing this style in fall." In collaboration with B.TEMPT'D, Quinn is setting our fashion inspo in motion with five outfits inspired by their current collection. "I can't wait to wear a slouchy sweater with a little lace peeking out on a blanket made for two," she says. So get ready to play around with your own fall style and take a page from Quinn's lookbook below — you might just find everything you need this season are already in your top dresser drawer.
1. Move Over, Bondage Dress
Bandeaus are an easy way to incorporate lingerie into an outfit: no fastenings, straps, or complicated details to consider. Quinn's pairing of one with a sheer top and denim skirt can work at any of her blogger events. "But I would also wear this to a bar or night out with my girlfriends," she says. "It's a new stylish twist to the form fitting body-con dress."
2. Staying In Is The New Going Out
When it comes to this bralette, Quinn's focus is all about details. "I wanted to highlight the straps on the back of the bra and couldn't help but throw on a soft, open-back tee," she says. The ease of this look is perfect for just about any occasion — including a couch-bound movie marathon sesh.
3. Lunch Date In Lace
"I would wear this outfit to go meet up with friends," Quinn says. "Casual, cute — it's the perfect fall look." Look for staple pieces in nude shades, Quinn suggests, then "let your purse or lace bra be the element that pops in a stark maroon color or even blank white."
4. The Happiest Kind Of Hour
We can't talk about lingerie-inspired looks and not include one for a night out. Quinn's pick relies on a mix of cuts, silhouettes, and textures. And for social, she suggests: "Lay the blush bomber over your shoulders for pictures to highlight the lace bra."
5. Work To The Weekend
This look expertly walks the line between boardroom brainstorms and after-work drinks. Add some edge to a sheer V-neck dress with a strappy bralette underneath, and finish it with classic over-the-knee boots.
This post is sponsored by B.TEMPT'D.
Design: Allison Gore