You've seen them on StyledOn before, whether in a Blog Love feature, giving us the 411 on all things Tumblr, or in your very own community posts, and now Mikaela, Preetma, Hannah and more are giving you a sneak peek into their fantasy fall wardrobes, from frilly sweaters to prim lace frocks and winter-ready wool coats. Click through our slide show and then show us what you're lusting after this fall – you never know what generous benfactor might be reading this and waiting to shower you with gifts!
"I've been dreaming of an ankle-length coat with a striking collar since the shows last Fall. After scouring the internets and real life stores, I've come to the conclusion that it may be best to borrow from the boys on this one. This Comme des Garcons coat has a perfect diebased 19th-Century aristocrat feel to it.
JW Anderson is one of my favorite new designers, and this whimsical sweater has just the right mix of masculine and feminine. How can you not smile when you look at this?
Even though oxfords and slipper flats are everywhere, I think a patent finish keeps them fresh and natty! I especially love this Giambatista Valli pair because they remind me of my beginner tap shoes!" ~Preetma, The Working Girl, Esq.
"I've been searching for the perfect fall-and-winter coat for as long as I can remember, and there's a good reason for my failure - I honestly have no clue what I'm looking for. My philosophy is, "When I find it, I'll just know". And finally, I do! This navy duffle coat from Asos makes me think of worn-out brogues, early Smiths records and British school boys. What's not to like?
This fall, I'm all about the oversized Cosby sweaters; the more hideous, the better. Think uglier versions of this one from Proenza Schouler. I'll be rummaging through goodwill stores, but I think I'll start with my mom's wardrobe - in there, the 80's are still alive and kickin'!
My love for vintage style leather satchels keeps on growing, verging on obsession, and I simply can't get this blue beauty from Leather Satchel Co. out of my head. I already have it in red and that should be enough, but... it's calling for me! Seriously. It needs me to adopt it and wear it forever and ever. And ever." ~Annika, According to Annika
"I am all over the pajama trend! This silk shirt by Clemens en August is luxurious without sacrificing comfort. Wear it with some flares and sexy bed head for some well-deserved attention.
Jumpsuits are so flattering – they make even the shortest girl (me) look 10 feet tall! The silhouette of this 3.1 Phillip Lim jumpsuit is the perfect combination of feminine and masculine. Pair it with round sunnies and a leather jacket for day and some sky-high heels and a bright lip at night.
These Dolce Vita boots make a statement added to any outfit! The color alone will brighten even the gloomiest of fall days. Wear them with a black leather jacket and a maxi skirt for a pop of color or with some pattern pairing for a texture extravaganza!" ~Hannah, The Fashion Hash
"This fall I have started to love the big trend with leather skirts, and this one from Urban Outfitters is a sure winner, if you ask me; minimalistic and classic but with a twist.
The moment I saw the loafer shoes that Stella McCartney presented this season, I seriously fell in love, but they are way over any regular fashion bloggers budget, I guess. Unless I win the lottery next time.
"Knits are one of my top priorities every fall, and this lovely knit from Romwe will help me keep warm when weather gets really cold.
Together with it I'll wear these amazing blue snake-print pants from Moschino, which I'm desperately loving right now.
"Yet another long-sleeved lace dress: I currently have at least three in a similar style - I could always use another. Plus, the scalloped collar is all sorts of adorable.
A Dalmatian print coat: So that I may pretend to be an extra in that 101 Disney movie. Or because Dalmatian print is awesome, crazy hard to find, and seriously goes with everything.
A pair of 90s-esque platform lace-ups: I can see these on Chloe Sevigny... and for that reason alone, I want them. I'm not a poser, I just know great personal style when I see it and I long to have it for my own." ~Sara, SaraZucker.com