There are some options, to do it without having to PS the fall colors. However, I can't think of any that don't seriously restrict your shot options. Specifically you would always need to make sure the models head doesn't go above the tree line behind her. This can be done by shooting from a slightly higher angle relative to her than you might normally use, or by shooting from far enough away that the background appears larger.
If you do that, then all these options could work:
Get a hard-edge neutral density filter, perhaps 4 or 6 stops worth. Either a 77mm one plus a 67-77 step up ring and a 67-72 step up ring, or a 58mm one, or best yet, both. However, this will really only work if the treeline behind her is pretty even so you can position the hard-edge right at the top of the tree line and not over or under expose anything.
You could shoot multiple exposures, trying to capture the model and trees on the high-exposure shot and the sky on the low exposure. Then merge the shots in PS.
You could also use a tripod while shooting to do panos. Take a few shots of the model from a certain spot with the sky in the top 20% of the frame and exposed for the trees. Then when done with the model from that angle, or no less than every 30 seconds or so, pan up, expose for the sky (have the settings planned ahead, or use TV for one set of settings and AV for the other, or similar) and shoot the sky with the top of the trees just in frame. Then merge them in PS later.