Today we are checking in with six of our outfit bloggers to see how they are interpreting Angie’s Fab Fall Textures Outfit Formula. Each have their unique way of adding a few or many texture-rich touches to their outfits. All equally fab. 


Susan is sporting dark brown coated wide leg jeans with a beige V-neck cardigan worn as a top. The coated denim looks like faux leather and, together with the soft cashmere cardigan, adds lots of textural interest. By pairing these dressier elements with white and gold metallic sneakers, the outfit takes the Sporty Luxe route. The texture-rich pebbled leather satchel isn’t an exact match with the trousers and works well with the neutral colour palette. Statement jewellery in the form of an oversized tortoiseshell chain-link bracelet and gold chain-link necklace add subtle glam. Mustard-rimmed sunnies and raspberry lipstick complete the look.


Claudia is also wearing a cardigan as a top, and has picked a Black Watch above-the-knee pencil skirt as the base of her colour palette. The Kelly green cropped cardi echoes the green in the blue and green wool skirt, while the chunky knit cable-pattern brings plenty of cosy texture. Our blogger’s argyle tights match the two shades of blue in the skirt, and playfully pattern mix with the checks. She introduces even more texture with both footwear and handbag. The on-trend mid-brown suede cowboy boots bring an autumnal earth tone into the mix. Claudia’s dark brown croc embossed crossbody adds both texture and shine.


Marta dresses up straight leg blue jeans with a champagne pussy-bow blouse with elegant balloon sleeves. The blouse’s silky material is the first way she adds texture to this polished casual look. Lots more is added by way of the statement cape that combines a grey and black leopard print with a brown, black, and grey graphic pattern, and playful black fringe. The textural party continues with cream suede loafers with animal print buckle that cleverly refers back to all the animal print in the outfit. Finally, a brown and black snakeskin satchel adds structure, polish, and even more texture.


Velvet and faux leather are the main textural elements here, and they pack quite the powerful punch. Cathy has tucked a fitted turtleneck into black ankle-length faux-leather wide leg trousers. Tucking the top lengthens the leg line, and its psychedelic white, black and brown pattern ties the outfit colours together. For me, the star of the show is the tailored satin-trim velvet blazer in a rich rust colour. It looks striking with Cathy’s beautiful red hair, and would be perfect to wear to any holiday event. Black Modern Classic horsebit loafers and a quilted faux-leather crossbody with silver chain strap complete this dressy look.


Tweed is the texture of choice in Sabra’s tonal brown pattern-mixed Fall look. Our clever blogger found a skirt and jacket in very similar shades of brown, and two patterns that aren’t an exact match, and work so well together that they make for an amazing skirt suit. The cropped tailored double-breasted jacket in a small houndstooth print creates kicky structure. The checked pattern on the subtly flared midi skirt is almost like an optical illusion that draws the eye up and down. Tucking a crisp white button-down adds a strict touch that’s trademark Sabra, and fully shows the dark brown waistband, making it look like a belt. White square-toed heels echo the white in the blouse and skirt. Their gold decorative chains add fun textural interest and bling. Sabra takes the pattern mixing one step further with sheer ankle socks with a unique two-toned ‘60s-lampshade pattern. A mid-brown braided clutch and gold oversized diamond-shaped earrings are the texture-rich finishing touches.


This magenta Mara Gibbucci coat is a work of art and fits Dayle’s arty, avant-garde style to a tee. Dayle lets her showstopper coat do all the talking by pairing it with black booties, black cowl-neck sweater and black cropped lantern pants. The texture-rich bouclé coat has a light grey lining that’s not only visible on the collar but also peeks out from subtle horizontal cut-outs to add some contrast. The tailored shoulders add structure, the coat then starts to flare out from the bust down to come in again at the bottom, forming a voluminous balloon silhouette that echoes the style of the trousers. Longer vertical details in a slightly darker shade of magenta are another fun design detail. As is the stitched criss-cross pattern along the bust. Oversized buttons in brushed metal, triangular earrings, and Dayle’s beautiful curls add further texture.

I can’t wait to hear what you think of these texture-rich looks. Let us know in the comments, and feel free to share how you have been incorporating texture into your outfits lately.