AFFORDABLE FALL FASHIONS FROM TARGET

Over 40 Fashion Blogger, Tania Stephens, is wearing affordable fall fashions from Target

I know that everyone has different styles, needs, and finances when it comes to clothing. I try to bring you a wide variety of clothing, from $200.00 jeans to under $30.00 jeans. Sometimes, the more expensive an item, the better the quality. However, there are times when the difference is not worth the extra money. Today, I am bringing you affordable fall fashions, and everything (except the jewelry and shoes) is from Target.

Over 40 Fashion Blogger, Tania Stephens, is styling affordable fall fashions from Target

High Rise Flare Jeans // Teal Crewneck Sweater // Taupe Cable-Stitch Cardigan

The day got away from me, so this post will not be extremely long or too descriptive. I’ll try to do the best I have time for, but if I leave something out, just leave a question, and I’ll try to get you the answer.

Over 40 Fashion Blogger, Tania Stephens, is wearing a teal sweater from Target

High Rise Flare Jeans // Teal Crewneck Sweater // Taupe Cable-Stitch Cardigan

Isn’t this a gorgeous teal color? This crewneck sweater is soft, lightweight, and has a slightly relaxed fit. The sweater comes in several colors, and the camel color is below in a different outfit. I am wearing a large, but I probably needed a medium.

Over 40 Fashion Blogger, Tania Stephens, is wearing a teal sweater, a taupe cardigan, and flare jeans for fall from Target

High Rise Flare Jeans // Teal Crewneck Sweater // Taupe Cable-Stitch Cardigan

I LOVE this taupe Grandfather-style cardigan. Unfortunately, so did everyone else because it is completely sold out. But this cardigan style is pretty popular this year, so I’ll link to some similar ones. I’m wearing a medium, and I like the oversized look.


Over 40 Fashion Blogger, Tania Stephens, is wearing flare jeans for fall from Target

High Rise Flare Jeans // Teal Crewneck Sweater // Taupe Cable-Stitch Cardigan

Each outfit is styled with these pull-on flare jeans. I love the frayed hem, but I know that some of you will not like the look. These jeans are by Knox Rose, and they are a junior cut. So, to make sure that they would fit me, I sized up one size and ordered a 12. They fit perfectly, so that must have been the correct thing to do.

Over 40 Fashion Blogger, Tania Stephens, is wearing an olive cargo jacket, a tan sweater, and flare jeans for fall from Target

Camel Lightweight crewneck sweater // Olive Green Duster Cardigan // High Rise Flare Jeans

I think that this look is great for fall. It is lightweight, so you won’t be too hot if the temperatures rise during the day.

Over 40 Fashion Blogger, Tania Stephens, is wearing an olive cargo jacket, a tan mockneck sweater, and flare jeans for fall from Target

Olive Green Cargo Jacket // Tan Mock Turtleneck // High Rise Flare Jeans

Twelve dollars! That is how much the tan mock turtleneck t-shirt is. That is a crazy good deal, and it is one that you will be able to wear all fall long. The top has elbow-length sleeves and a center back seam that gives it a unique detail. I am wearing a large, and that would be the right size for me.

Over 40 Fashion Blogger, Tania Stephens, is wearing an olive cargo jacket and a tan sweater from Target

Olive Green Cargo Jacket // Tan Mock Turtleneck // High Rise Flare Jeans

I have recently become a huge fan of olive green. This cargo jacket has a small amount of feminine flair to it. The waterfall-style shawl lapels are a favorite of mine since they help you to appear thinner. You know that I am always looking for ways to appear thinner. Lol!

Over 40 Fashion Blogger, Tania Stephens, is styling an olive cargo jacket, a tan sweater, and flare jeans for fall from Target

Olive Green Cargo Jacket // Tan Mock Turtleneck // High Rise Flare Jeans

I also love the drawstring waist and flaps on top of the shoulders. The length of the jacket is great for wearing with leggings, and you can even wear this with a dress also. I am wearing a large so that I can wear it over a sweater as the weather turns cooler.

Over 40 Fashion Blogger, Tania Stephens, is wearing a camel sweater and flare jeans for fall from Target

Camel Lightweight crewneck sweater // Olive Green Duster Cardigan // High Rise Flare Jeans

This is the same sweater as the teal one above, just in the camel color. I chose to do a half-tuck with this look, but I am still wearing a size large.

Over 40 Fashion Blogger, Tania Stephens, is styling a camel sweater, and flare jeans for fall from Target

Camel Lightweight crewneck sweater // Olive Green Duster Cardigan // High Rise Flare Jeans

This photo gives you an idea of the length of the sweater and how it will look from behind.

Over 40 Fashion Blogger, Tania Stephens, is wearing an olive crochet duster, a camel sweater for fall from Target

Camel Lightweight crewneck sweater // Olive Green Duster Cardigan // High Rise Flare Jeans

This olive green duster is really cute. I love the crochet look and the diamond shape pattern.

Over 40 Fashion Blogger, Tania Stephens, is wearing an olive crochet duster, a camel sweater, and a pair of flare jeans for fall from Target

Camel Lightweight crewneck sweater // Olive Green Duster Cardigan // High Rise Flare Jeans

The only thing that I am not a fan of is the arms. The arms are tight, probably because it is a junior cut. They do stretch out because of the knit material, and I could pull them over the long sleeve sweater without much problem. But, I would have LOVED the duster if the arms had been a little fuller.

Over 40 Fashion Blogger, Tania Stephens, is styling an olive crochet duster, a camel sweater, and flare jeans for fall from Target

Camel Lightweight crewneck sweater // Olive Green Duster Cardigan // High Rise Flare Jeans

The length of the duster is fabulous! I think this is an excellent alternative to the cargo jacket if the jacket is not your style. I am wearing a medium, so maybe it would have been a little better fit if I had sized up to a large.

Over 40 Fashion Blogger, Tania Stephens, is wearing an ivory fuzzy sweater and flare jeans for fall from Target

These next two sweaters are the same, just different colors. I loved the oversized cropped look, and I bought the sweater in both colors so that I can wear these on cold days around the house. But, I can’t find these anywhere on the Target website, so I can only assume that they are sold out. Maybe I am just bad at searching, so be sure to let me know if someone finds these.

I am wearing a small in the lighter colored one and a medium in the teal one. They only had a small available, so I took my chances since the sweater was oversized. Both options fit me fine.

Over 40 Fashion Blogger, Tania Stephens, is wearing a teal fuzzy sweater and flare jeans for fall from Target

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  1. Beth wrote:

    Lol – flaps on the olive jacket are called epaulettes

    Posted 9.28.21 Reply
  2. Eve wrote:

    You look good in these jeans, Jr always scares me in pants because the crotch can be short but sizing up might work. Never thought to do that.

    Posted 9.28.21 Reply
  3. Linda Seegmiller wrote:

    love your clothes choices and your room decor !

    Posted 9.28.21 Reply
  4. Kathy Johnston wrote:

    I think my favourite is the long olive green crocheted duster. It looks beautiful on you! I so wish we still had Target stores in Canada. I loved Target! I guess I could still order online.

    Posted 9.28.21 Reply
  5. These outfits from Target are by far the prettiest you have posted. Unfortunately they have been sold out. These are my kind of go to outfits. Do you think they will be restocked? I really hope so.

    Posted 9.28.21 Reply
  6. Ginger Hiller wrote:

    Thank you so much for sharing another pair of reasonably priced pull on jeans! Regular waistbands aren’t something I can wear to often. I bought the cropped camel colored cardigan weeks ago, and am so glad I did. The teal color looks great on you!

    Posted 9.28.21 Reply
  7. Linda wrote:

    Target has some nice picks this season! I just bought my disabled husband the most fantastic winter robe from Target a couple of weeks ago! I love Target!

    Posted 9.28.21 Reply
  8. Hollis wrote:

    I just ordered the olive green duster!! Thanks for highlighting some great finds at Target!

    Posted 9.28.21 Reply
  9. Jeanine Kesey wrote:

    I can never find anything at Target. I need to look again. I love pull on jeans with a faux fly and love the straight leg ones. I have them in all price points and my favorite pair is Time and Tru from Walmart. Go figure!

    Posted 9.28.21 Reply
  10. Debra Lange wrote:

    I placed my order for the olive green cardigan sweater, great color, and the one color I didn’t yet have, lol!
    Thank you for putting the outfits together, and the ease of shopping from home with my first cup of coffee this morning!

    Posted 9.28.21 Reply
  11. Candy wrote:

    Will definetly be looking for those pull-on flare jeans and the cozy funnel neck sweater at the end of your post for sure. Thanks for sharing.

    Posted 9.28.21 Reply
  12. Barbara Weiner wrote:

    Great options at great prices! Thanks for sharing fashion with us!

    Posted 9.28.21 Reply