Feel that crisp, fall air? We sure can. And aside from our fave autumn perks — like *all* the PSLs and Halloween costume planning, we couldn't be more excited to get outside and adventure some more! We've got plenty of good hikes ahead, so don't sacrifice looking HAWT, even when the temps start to drop. Scroll on for our essential items for every outdoor excursion that will keep you comfy and stylish like the active babe you are.
Native TrekLite ($95): Leave no terrain unconquered in these stylishly expedition-ready, weather-proof sh*t-kickers.
Raen Birch Cat-Eye Sunglasses ($185): There's no need to sacrifice fashion for practicality when it comes to playing in the great outdoors. Aside from looking Jackie O. fab in these cat-eye shades, they're lightweight and perfect for long walks on the beach or charging up a mountainside.
Prana Boost Bra ($59): Get the practical support you need *and* a cute design you'll love with this high-performance bra top. Shirt optional.
Brixton Tiller Hat ($48): Hiking or not, this hat is our everything. The wide brim offers max sun protection, and we think it will be perf for your transition from hilly hike to happy hour.
Pendleton Surrey Hooded Rain Slicker ($175): Rain, rain, might not go away, but you'll still stay dry as long as you're rocking this oh-so-elegant waterproof jacket.
Patagonia Women's MIxed Snap-T Pullover ($179): Wind doesn't stand a chance against this retro-inspired, 100 percent recycled polyester pile fabric pullover. Feel the breeze against your face without compromising much-needed warmth.
Darn Tough Hiker Micro Crew Socks ($21): It's not just about having the best hiking shoes. Pairing your trailblazing kicks with merino wool socks will keep you hiking blister-free.
Athleta Excursion Tight ($79): There's nothing like finding the ultimate pair of staple tights that's perfect for 6am yoga, brunching with your bests, climbing the highest mountain you can find, or all three — just maybe not in that order.
Mountain Designs Merino Scarf ($60): For early hikes on chilly mornings. Not only is merino wool v. warm, it's compressible and it dries fast.
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