Eileen Fisher casual fall outfits at Dillard’s

casual fall outfits

Happy Thursday, friends!  Today, let’s take a peek at the Eileen Fisher casual fall outfits at Dillard’s.

I know there are many fans of Eileen Fisher in this audience, and I also know that most of us are looking for inspiration for our casual fall outfits.

When we think of Eileen Fisher most of us think of sustainable fashion, and for this collection EF would also like us to think “refined and relaxed.”

I would agree that many of the pieces fit into refined and relaxed…some would say casual chic.

Now, ever since I got down to a Misses 16, it has been more difficult to find my sizes…unless I act quickly.

Size 16 truly is a universal size and always seems to move off the racks faster than other sizes.

But, I am doing what I can to show you the best fit when I go try on clothing just for you.

Remember, that in many of the Eileen Fisher garments, Dillard’s will also have plus size and petites.

So, let’s have some fun with this collection and enjoy the Eileen Fisher casual fall outfits at Dillard’s.


casual fall outfits

Eileen Fisher creates simple pieces for a sustainable life.  I have worn the brand for years.

It is one of those brands which can easily be found on sale or at lower price points, but if you fall in love with something for your casual fall outfits, then I recommend get it while you can.

The first two casual fall outfits feature the EILEEN FISHER SILK GEORGETTE CREPE HIGH WAISTED TAPERED PULL ON PANT...in black.

The top picture shows the EILEEN FISHER Boiled Wool Knit Point Collar Long Sleeve Button-Front Boxy Jacket.

In the second picture, I put the pants with this EILEEN FISHER Merino Jersey Turtleneck Long Sleeve Cropped Length Boxy Sweater in the color auburn.  (Which is a really lovely color and there are several pieces available in it)

Yes, this sweater is short and I would have preferred it longer.  There are several short, and boxy, garments in this collection.

casual fall outfits

Many women still like to have easy dresses among the casual fall outfits…so I tried this one on for you!

I like this dress….and most of you know how much I like Tencel!

This is the EILEEN FISHER Tencel™ Lyocell Stretch V-Neck 3/4 Sleeve Drop Shoulder Pocketed Waistless Dress.

I also like the EILEEN FISHER  Petite Size Tencel Stretch Jersey Knit Jewel Neck Long Sleeve Midi Shift Dress , but they location where I stopped for a try-on did not have it in my size.

I could see this Alpine midi-dress with brown boots and a fun vest over it.

casual fall outfits

This is a fun look for casual fall outfits and very comfy.

I have on the EILEEN FISHER Airy Organic Cotton Twill Wide Funnel Neck 3/4 Sleeve Coordinating Side Slit Tunic.

It is a matching set with the EILEEN FISHER Airy Organic Cotton Twill Tapered Leg Coordinating Pull-On Ankle Pants.

This outfit does run large, so I recommend to size down one size for your best fit.


casual fall outfits

For many of the readers here, cool breezes are already blowing, so consider EILEEN FISHER FOR WARMTH in your casual fall outfits.

I really love the alpine color…it is more blue than green, and is a lovely hue.

Let’s start at the foundation with the EILEEN FISHER Washable Stretch Crepe Slim Pull-On Ankle Pants in Alpine.

Though I know longer dress for an office, I kept all seven colors of my EF crepe pants.  They are so easy and comfy and I will wear them for casual fall outfits.

Sometimes it is nice to break away from my denim.

Next, on top, is the EILEEN FISHER Silk Georgette Crepe Boat Neck Sleeveless Tunic.  I also own four of these in different colors.  I did not purchase this one, but it will haunt me in my dreams!!

The topper is very warm….and is the EILEEN FISHER Mohair Plush Melange V-Neck Long Sleeve Button Front Boxy Cardigan.

casual fall outfits

Here I wanted to show you how the cardigan looks nice over a lighter color.

casual fall outfits

I would definitely call this little jacket a refined garment for casual fall outfits.

It is an impressive jacket for fall.

This is the EILEEN FISHER Textured Organic Cotton Tweed Stand Collar Long Sleeve Pocketed Jacket.

Here is the same jacket in PETITE and in PLUS.

casual fall outfits

This is a more relaxed look for your casual fall outfits.

It is the EILEEN FISHER Soft Boiled Wool Jersey Knit Mandarin Collar Long Sleeve Side Slit Button-Front Jacket…in a wonderful off-white called chalk.

That is it for now in the EIleen Fisher Casual Fall Outfits at Dillard’s.

I have several shopping posts coming up and I do this for YOU.  So you can see what is out there…I am not doing all of this shopping for me.

I go to Dillard’s to show you EF because it is easy…their stock is abundant and the sales people are wonderful and so helpful.

In fact, San Antonio shoppers if you go to this department at North Star Mall, ask for Stephanie and she will help you find what you need.

Also, to see more Eileen Fisher for fall, just go directly to their website at EILEEN FISHER.  They have a big sale going until September 24.

Take $50 off your purchase of $250 or more; Take $100 off your purchase of $500 or more.

They also have a sales category online (most of my EF pieces were purchased on sale from Dillard’s)

Ask me any questions, friends…and I will return tomorrow for more shopping fun!


By Pamela Lutrell

Remember,  you can shop ANYTIME with the links under the page at the top called SHOPPING LINKS...and I will receive a small compensation for your shopping.

Also, if I have posted a link on a specific garment, and you use that link to go to the website of the brand, but look around and buy something else, I still get credit…though you do not buy what I am wearing.

Please ask any questions… this income helps keep me here, because even at age 70, Mr. B and I need additional income.  He also works two jobs.

Thank you, thank you, thank you to everyone who shops this way.

casual fall outfits


  1. Lots here to see! My sister is a big fan of EF and I always try to add to her collection when gift giving. I find that many EF styles swallow me up, and I am not sure why, but all that really works is her System line, the more tailored pieces. I like the black dress you are showing, but the drop shoulders would be the deal breaker. This style feature seems to keep hanging on and is much easier to find than set in sleeves. Such a cute dress, and dresses figure heavily into my wardrobe. Might have to check that out. I do like the boxy tops, and think they work better with EF fuller pants. Sometimes the pockets on boxy tops add fullness where we don’t always want it, and that can be a drawback, but I like the tops in general. Your combination of brown with black is really rich looking!

  2. Good morning, Karen! EF is certainly a brand that it helps to try the pieces on. Some I size down and some are true to size. I agree that you really cannot go wrong with the system line. The pieces I own the most of are the crepe pants in different colors and the long tanks.

  3. I love the richness of color and the natural fabrics in EF, and the alpine looks great. I too like a boxy cut in a jacket, and I’m seeing very prominent shoulders in jackets this fall… not sure how I feel about that, and will have to get used to it. I’m your size also now, and was reading that 16 is the most common size in America. Size 8 in shoes, my size, is also hard to find on sale. Because I’m trying to lose weight (3 weeks into one of those discouraging plateaus though), I’m on a very low buy. But I would be looking if I wasn’t! Nice job choosing for us.

  4. You are so kind…nothing purchased on this trip…it was shopping for the blog audience and not me! Thanks!

  5. I hate those plateaus…power through and stay hopeful, Linda. Glad you enjoyed seeing what is on the market right now.

  6. The boxy shapes of EF are not flattering on most women, but they will hide flaws. I would like to see you do more posts similar to the ones you did when you were shopping for your MoG wedding wardrobe, colors, style adjectives, etc. They were so informative.

  7. I will be doing it all, Arlene. Right now I am trying to show everyone what is in for FALL. That means there are a few posts which will be done to take you into the dressing rooms, but I will always be writing about colors and styles adjectives…I did it before the wedding and will continue it on. Thanks so much.

  8. Thank you for the encouragement, Suzi. It is so refreshing to receive a positive comment on my hair!

  9. You look very stylish in your Eileen Fisher pieces. I do not own anything in the brand. I have not been into a store that sells EF in years. I’m thinking Dillard’s in my neck of the woods. I mostly shop on Thredup and Poshmark. I tried on EF pieces years ago and absolutely never found anything flattering. I got the impression that Eileen did not cater to smaller women. I am 5’4″ and wore size 4 to 6. I have gained weight post Covid and now wear size 6 to 8. Maybe I should take a 2nd look at EF. In the past the EF pieces I tried always looked too big, even in the smallest size available, and quite shapeless. They made me feel dowdy. I am almost 69, but I don’t want to wear boxy, shapeless pieces. I admire the EF look on other women, but I can’t seem to make her clothes work on my body. Am I the only one?

  10. I can see where some of the pieces would make you feel that way…but there are many garments that do not…such as the outfit I picked up during the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale. I know lots of petite ladies who wear the brand. How ever, not every brand is for every woman. I try to put all different types before you and then you decide what works best to tell the world about who you are with your clothing. I have two more next week that will not be for everyone, but for some will be lots of fun. I think the brand is worth consideration, but if you go somewhere to try it on, make sure to take at least two different sizes into the dressing room so that you have options to consider your best sizes.

  11. Hi Pam,
    I hope you don’t think I was criticizing you for featuring EF. I appreciate that you show many different brands and styles of clothing. I just think that EF is not for me. When I’ve tried her clothing in the past, I did as you suggest – I took more than one size into the dressing room. Even in the smallest size, I always felt I was drowning in fabric.
    It’s funny that you mentioned the word petite. Even though I am barely 5’4″ tall, I do not consider myself petite. Very few clothing items have ever worked for me in a petite size. I am long-waisted, so any petite size dress with a waist hits me well above my natural waist and look like a funny Empire-waist style. I have long arms so most sleeves are too short. I can sometimes wear a shift or sheath sleeveless dress in a petite. I have long legs so most petite pants lengths are too short and the rise is also too short. sometimes cropped styles will work. I will look at petite-sized skirts. That is usually the only item I bother to look at in the petite department. I am an example of why height cannot be the only determining factor in which department to shop.

  12. Here in Canada EF retail prices are through the roof and sales are rare.
    The EF I own comes from consignment stores. Her stuff is very hit or miss for me both in quality ( for the price) and fit.

    I do love her organic cotton tees.
    Thanks for doing those try ons for us!

  13. That’s OK, Kathy. The brands I choose to feature have a lot to do with the sales I see on my links. I know the EF audience is here and that they purchase this brand. Those posts are for them…and then there are other brands I feature for other women. I don’t always need to know the women who don’t like a brand. As long as I see that others do, I try to feature it for them. I think you have seen me wearing more petite sizing on the top in the past year, so many of her designs to not fit me well…but there are women who read here that they do.

  14. Thanks for featuring the EF fall collection. I love the line and appreciate your suggestions on finding the proper fit.

    I look forward to your posts every day and am grateful you share your wisdom with us!

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