Perfect Outfits For Every Fall Date

The leaves may have officially begun to change and the air's getting crisper than it was a month ago, but that doesn’t mean you and your S.O. will become hermits just yet. (Wait until at least December to go full couch-potato.) With all the fun fall activities out there, your sofa isn’t all that appealing right now, anyway. To give you some inspiration on where to go with your better half, we crafted four date night ideas, and four genius outfit ideas to match. Because, when did those fusty sweats ever get you a second date?
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Stroll In The Park, PSLs In Hand

Keep your ensemble casual but put-together for some quality handholding and foliage admiring by pairing cool patchwork jeans with a crisp pastel topcoat, crossbody bag, and comfy slip-ons.
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Neighborhood Bar For Pumpkin Beers

Nothing says fall more than clinking two hefty craft brews at a local dive. Keep your outfit playing on fashion-forward chillness with a pencil skirt featuring a beaded underlay mixed with sporty pieces, like a crewneck sweatshirt, sneakers, baseball cap, and a backpack.
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Low-Key Concert

If your late-night lovefest involves swaying to the beats of your favorite indie band, a casual, dancing-friendly look is your jam. Slip into a loose-fit pair of boyfriend jeans and a floral top for a flirty-meets-tomboy mix, and drape a bright moto jacket over your shimmying shoulders for extra cool factor. An easy crossbody — so you can wave your hands in the air like you just don't care — is your outfit's MVP.
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Cozy Romantic Dinner At The Corner Table

Sure, your S.O. may have a beautiful filet mignon or eggplant parmesan in front of his or her face, but that lover won’t be able to take those yes off of you in a slightly sheer, multi-color dress, paired with striking add-ons and jewelry.
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Movie, Popcorn, & Dessert Afterwards

Just a movie? Standard denim and a sweatshirt works. But, if you’re going for a sweet nightcap after, you need to put a little more effort into your look. Try an overall dress with a tee layered underneath (just as comfy as jeans and a pullover!) and chunky booties, socks, and a statement topper to protect you from the movie-theater chills.
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