Buying made in the USA dresses is a great way to support local businesses and fairer practices. There are a lot of great options for fall dresses.
It’s kind of hard to believe but fall is here! It’s time to start thinking about a fall wardrobe. I’m enjoying watching all of the beautiful new fall pieces coming out. Of course, trends aren’t really my thing since I like to wear 40’s-early 60’s clothing.
However, I do still enjoy fashion and keep an eye on current trends. Often the new trends do overlap my love of vintage. Like this summer we saw a lot of full midi skirts, a throwback to the ’50s.
Capes, pussy bows, cinched waist, and fur collars are some of this year’s trends that work perfectly with a mid-century look. So this is a great time to stock up on some of those things to mix into your vintage wardrobe. Or if vintage isn’t your thing you can rock these looks with a more modern twist.
Additional Resource: Building a Vintage-Inspired Wardrobe
Made in the USA Dresses for Fall
One of my favorite clothing items is dresses. They are so simple because there is no trying to find matching pieces, just throw on a dress and you look put together!
I prefer to buy made in the USA when buying new clothing. It is better for the environment and more ethical. It also helps our economy. ModCloth is one of my favorite places to find made in the USA dresses. They have a wide selection.
I Love Your Jersey Dress– $54.99
To Your Liking Knit Dress– $27.97
Don and Done Dress– $23.97
Taken by Texture Dress– $23.97
Another way to a lot of new dresses for fall is with clothing rental. The pieces are not likely all made in the USA but since you are sharing the piece with other people you are avoiding the need to as many new pieces to be made.
I have a guide for clothing rental that you can check out if you are interested in trying it out this fall. It’s a great way to get a new wardrobe without spending a lot of time, money, or cluttering up your closet.
More Fashion Resources
- Easy Tips for Looking Fashionable This Winter
- Refreshing Your Wardrobe When It Doesn’t Spark Joy
- Ditch the Yoga Pants and Get Dressed: Winter Edition