This fall, explore your adventurous side with '70s-inspired jumpsuits, giant sunglasses, denim sneakers, cozy sweaters and an adorable fox-printed cardigan - mountainside setting not required. 

Amber Byrne Mahoney shot fellow photographer Sasha Frolova in our favorite fall fashions against the beautiful backdrop of upstate New York. Stylist Lela Maloney and makeup artist Katie Mellinger for Tarte Cosmetics gave Sasha that perfect outdoorsy look. 

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Whether you're contemplating transcendentalism while gazing out over a lake, communing with nature, or just strolling down a city sidewalk with your first hot coffee of fall, take some style inspiration from the photos below: 

TOPSHOP FLORAL TUNIC AND FLARES, US.TOPSHOP.COM; TITLE A VINYL RAIN MACK, TITLEA.COM; 
MARYAM NASSIR ZADEH ROBERTA HEEL, MNZSTORE.COM.

 

LEVI’S WESTERN SHIRT, LEVI.COM; SELIMA OPTIQUE HERMAN SUNGLASSES, SELIMAOPTIQUE.COM.

 

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TOMORROWLAND TREAD PATTERN TOP, BARNEYS.COM.

MARYAM NASSIR ZADEH ANA JUMPSUIT; H&M SLEEVELESS KNIT TOP, HM.COM; 
AMERICAN APPAREL DENIM TENNIS SHOES, AMERICANAPPAREL.NET.


TOPSHOP ’90S KNITTED RIBBED CROP TOP; MARYAM NASSIR ZADEH SIMONA SKIRT AND CAMILLE JACKET; 
VOLANG SILK KITTEN SCARF, VOLANGNYC.COM; AMERICAN APPAREL DENIM TENNIS SHOES; STYLIST’S OWN SOCKS.

 

HANNAH KRISTINA METZ WILDWOOD BLOUSE, HKM.NYC; MAISON KITSUNÉ CARDIGAN, KITSUNE.FR; UYE SURANA LUXE LOHLA BRA, UYESURANA.COM; TOPSHOP BOUTIQUE WIDE LEG JEANS.

 

AMERICAN APPAREL LONG SLEEVE TURTLENECK; SAMANTHA PLEET SHELL TANK; 
MODEL’S OWN BARRETTE.

 

TITLE A MESH DRESS AND COAT; SUZANNE RAE CARDIGAN, TOTOKAELO.COM; LEVI’S 501 JEANS; 
AMERICAN APPAREL DENIM TENNIS SHOES.

 

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Modeled by photographer Sasha Frolova
Photography: Amber Byrne Mahoney
Styling: Lela Maloney
Makeup: Katie Mellinger for Tarte Cosmetics

This article originally appeared in the Aug/Sept 2015 print edition of BUST Magazine. Subscribe today!

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