Fall is such an exciting time of the year and in my opinion, the most stylish season of all. The endless layers, thicker fabrics, experimenting with different textures, and deeper hues are what makes fashion an incredibly fun and chic this time of year.
One of my favorite shades for this season is burnt orange. Not only because it's my alma mater's colors (gotta love my longhorns!) but it's an incredibly rich and vibrant shade that reminds me of leaves changing. It's a color that can serve as a great neutral but also a beautiful statement shade in its own.
Fall has finally arrived and one of my favorite things about October are the leaves changing colors. The beautiful array of red, yellow and orange shades give the season such a vibrant and fresh makeover. I love taking it all in. Although I won't get to see so much of these fall leaves in Los Angeles, I like to reflect it in my style and add more earthy tones to my wardrobe.
In one of my favorite films "The Devil Wears Prada" Miranda Priestly, played by the amazing Meryl Streep, quoted "Florals for spring? Groundbreaking". It is undoubtedly a hilarious movie and extremely quotable. And while, her line rings very true about the season's obvious trend I love that florals have become a more common print for fall as well.