We are so close to cooler temps that we can smell the cinnamon and pumpkin spice in the air! However, Southern weather keeps us on our toes. That’s why we’ve curated six fall looks that are ideal for transition weather and showcase some of this season’s hottest trends. This month’s looks are styled by Southern Muse at the gorgeous Propcellar.

Here are six fall fashions that you’ll want in your closet!

The perfect transition dress!

Not only is Propcellar unique with its warehouse space inside, but the outside of their building is just as gorgeous!


Rumor has it yellow will be the biggest color trend of the season, and we are here for it. Whether you prefer a chunky sweater, cozy scarf or comfy-chic leggings, these pieces give the summery shade a fall makeover.

Where to wear it:

Attend the Taste of Cooper-Young, an event that gives back, on October 17. Ticket holders for Taste of Cooper-Young can enjoy food from each of the participating restaurants, access to the silent auction and the opportunity to enjoy live music. There will also be Memphis-made beer and wine for purchase. Tickets are $50 and the event is from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Cooper Street.

You can also come take a walk through downtown Memphis’ iconic Beale Street. Peruse paintings, sculptures and more from local Memphis artists, as well as others from the Mid-South, for the Beale Street Art Crawl on October 19.

This mustard color is totally in for this fall season!

From Southern Muse: Sweater, $88; Contrast leggings, $66

It's all in the details!

We aren’t sure what we love more: the white buttons on this sweater or the detailed stripes on these leggings!


Animal print is the new neutral. Pair your print of choice with dark denim for a sophisticated yet edgy style. In terms of footwear, you can opt for heels, and since it’s technically already fall, you can also bring out the booties!

Where to wear it: 

Take a break and “un-wined” on Thursday, October 3, at Unwind for Hope, an event benefitting Hope House. The nonprofit serves women and children affected by HIV and poverty in the Memphis Area. Sip on wine, snack on hors d’oeuvres, and enjoy an art sale featuring local female artists. The event is from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Hope House.

Or, if beer is more your style, the 10th Annual Cooper-Young Beerfest on October 19 is your perfect opportunity to sample those beers you’ve been curious about. At Cooper-Young Beerfest, celebrate the hardworking local brewers who devote their time, talent and energy to making beers that are uniquely their own. The festival is regional, meaning you can visit any of the brewers who are located within a day’s drive from Cooper-Young. The event will raise money for the Cooper-Young Community Association (CYCA), which keeps the neighborhood clean, friendly, safe and welcoming for everyone.


From Southern Muse: Cheetah sweater, $98

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Every gal needs an LBD, and this one is anything but ordinary. With flowy sleeves, a subtle touch of gold and a modest length, you can wear this to work, out on the town or on a date night with your loved one. Pair it with a gold necklace and stud earrings, and you’re ready to go!

Where to wear it: 

On October 12-20, Steven McMahon’s Romeo and Juliet returns to the stage of Playhouse on the Square to kick off Ballet Memphis’ 33rd season. This enduring story of feuding families and timeless love will capture your heart.

And, on October 13, join St. Jude supporters for the ninth annual St. Jude Garden Harvest presented by Independent Bank. With chefs from around the Memphis area, delicious appetizers and cocktails, live entertainment and an auction, you’re guaranteed a good time. All proceeds go straight to the mission of St. Jude: Finding cures. Saving Children.

The perfect transition dress!

From Southern Muse: Bardot dress, $142

Pair this dress with this stunning gold jewelry to seal the deal.

From Southern Muse: Short necklace, $42; Long necklace, $66


Dress up your animal prints by pairing this skirt with a bodysuit (pictured here), a black or cream off-the-shoulder sweater or even a blank cami with a denim jacket. Feeling bold? Pair it with some knee-high boots to turn heads.

Where to wear it: 

Crosstown Brewing Co. is celebrating Oktoberfest the Crosstown way, with “Crosstoberfest” on October 12, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Beer will be available for $5, along with plenty of food options. Guests can enjoy live music, family games, face painting, a photo booth, spin art and so much more.

Another option is RiverArtsFest, a collaboration and celebration of fine arts and local music, and for such an event, this look is just right. There will be live artist demonstrations, as well as hands-on art activities for all ages. More than 180 artists from around the country will be in the heart of downtown Memphis. So come enjoy food, fun and local art at this festival.

Give us all the animal patterns this fall!

From Southern Muse: Ruffle bodysuit, $60; Cocoa python skirt, $98

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If you’re considering a step in the daring direction, we challenge you to buy a pop of color and pair it with some printed jeans or bottoms. If you’re looking for your next girl’s night out outfit, all you need to do is throw on some heels, booties or even some flats to complete the look.

Where to wear it: 

One of the biggest food and wine celebrations, the Memphis Food & Wine Festival is happening on October 12 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. This local favorite is a way of showcasing our local chef talent along with regional, national, and international chefs. The festival will return to the Live Garden at Memphis Botanic Garden. As this is a central location in East Memphis, parking and accessibility is simple. This event, presented by FedEx, will continue to benefit the FedExFamilyHouse, which offers housing for out-of-town families with children receiving treatment at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital.
Or, if you’d like to spend some time with nature this fall, enjoy the beauty of Shelby Farms while listening to some of the hottest names in the music industry at the Mempho Music Festival on October 19 and 20. Artists including Brandi Carlile, The Revivalists, Margo Price and others will grace the stage. Festival gates will open one hour before showtime and close at the end of the final performance.
Red hot! Not only is this tank perfect for day to night, it's also velvet!

From Southern Muse: Leather Nights cami, $218; pants, $185

Every gal needs a pair of gold hoops.

From Southern Muse: Sara Briggs hoops, $85


We spy with our little eye … another stunning LBD! You can never have enough black dresses, and this one is oh-so-flattering. Made with leather and detailed design, this one pairs perfectly with your favorite heels or flats and a pair of statement earrings.

Where to wear it: 

Edible Memphis and The Central Gardens Association have partnered up to host a farm-to-table experience called “Dinner in the Gardens” taking place October 19 from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. There will be one long dinner table along Belvedere, between Peabody and Glenwood Place, to be seated. Local chefs, Old Dominick cocktails, beer and wine will complete the meal.

This look also works well for those wanting to gather on the Dixon Gallery and Garden’s South Lawn on October 19 for Art on Fire. This is a festive fall party with bonfires, food, live music, ‘Hot Off the Wall’ art sale, a silent auction and so much more. Art on Fire is a large fundraising bonfire party that directly supports the Dixon’s education outreach programs.

Every lady needs a LBD.

From Southern Muse: Krista leather dress, $394

Enjoy all of this month’s events. And when you’re ready to dress for fall, head to Southern Muse.

Thank you to Elizabeth Looney for the beautiful photos taken on location at Propcellar, a warehouse space housing thousands of props perfect for weddings, events and parties.