Vancouver Fashion: Must Have Fall Outfits #onRobson

We’re falling for fall #onRobson. And for fashion lovers, it truly is the most wonderful time of year! Like the falling leaves, autumn has us shedding the summer whites and brights for earthy-toned hues, while the crisp, cool air has us slipping into cozy layers. Cue the chunky sweaters, plaid prints, hats and booties…oh yes! We can’t get enough and are loving the fall collections landing in stores #onRobson. So, whether you are headed back to the (actual/in-person) office or just planning a wardrobe refresh, we’ve pulled together a little fall inspiration to help carry you through the season.


Plenty Leah Scallop Vest

The vest is best. Sweater vests (not the Chandler Bing variety) are back in vogue, especially in bright hues and patterns or oversized. Take it up a notch with a dressier tailored version as well. A truly versatile piece to add to your fall wardrobe.


Zara Tailored Double Breasted Blazer

Blazers are 100% a wardrobe staple, but this season the concept of menswear for women is taken to another level, with (almost) everything made to measure. Whether paired with matching pants for a power suit or unbuttoned and layered over sweaters and shirts, your closet can’t go wrong with a few new blazers.


Aritzia Olive Mini 15″ Skirt

Like, as if! Who doesn’t remember the movie, Clueless, and all the outfits Cher and her gal pals rocked, such as the matching school-girl uniform, which BTW has totally made a comeback this season. Preppy silhouettes with polo collars, pleats, mini skirts, blazers and lots and lots of plaid are where it’s at for fall.

Elevated Knits

Club Monaco Boiled Cashmere Collar Cardigan

Knits for fall aren’t exactly revolutionary, however, this season they’re more luxurious and worn more excessively than in season’s past. With full sweater sets (and matching sweater and sweater combinations), sweater weather has taken on a whole new meaning.

Geometric Prints

Couturist Flower Knit Cardigan Top

Fall is synonymous with pattern, and this year is no exception. 1970s-inspired geometric prints are making their way onto everything from sweaters to skirts, so find an empty space in your wardrobe for a fun statement piece. We love a good geometric skirt balanced with a solid top or an eye-catching midi dress. The print is in!


Roots Seymour Shacket

If you only add one item to your closet this season, make sure it is the shacket. If you don’t already know, the shacket is a hybrid piece that combines the look of a button-up shirt with the warmth and coverage of a jacket. It’s easy to style, versatile, comfortable and most importantly, looks effortlessly chic on everyone.

Don’t forget to grab that #PSL before getting your shop on! And be sure to tag us at @RobsonStreet and share all your fall finds #onRobson.