While we love fall's crisp air, pumpkin spice treats, and, of course, the official start of the ballet season, there are some downsides. Cooler weather means that unfortunately it's no longer practical to throw on shorts over your leotard and pretend it's a shirt. Does the thought of putting together outfits for autumn stress you out? Don't worry—we've got you covered. We've pulled some of our favorite dancers' street styles from past issues of Pointe to give you the fall fashion inspiration that you're looking for.
Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal Principal Artist Céline Cassone
Goodbye pastels and florals; fall means that it's again acceptable to channel your inner New Yorker and keep things simple by dressing in all black. Céline Cassone favors neutral shades of black, gray and brown. She's also rarely without cowboy boots (she's a self-defined fanatic). Her look also shows us that fall is the perfect time for layering, keeping you comfortable from sunny mornings to chilly evenings.