How to Wear 4 Color Trends This Fall

Fall is undoubtedly my favorite season for all things fashion. There's so many ways to style and layer clothing for crisp, chilly weather. I love the versatility and the creativity that goes into choosing what to wear each morning. As the leaves change colors, I get excited at the thought of shopping for new items to add to my wardrobe that resemble these beautiful shades. I narrowed down to four of my favorite colors and wanted to share the many ways you can dress in Fall tones.

Cardigan Sweater/ Lacey Top / Trench Jacket / Romper / Ribbed Dress 

Wine is such a rich and vibrant shade that I think looks amazing on any skin tone. It's such an elegant shade that can be worn casually as an oversized cardigan or for a more seductive look with a lacey top to spice up a night on the town. 

I used to not be a fan of olive colors, but now it's one of my absolute favorite neutrals because it still has that hint of color and complements well with so many shades. Although it leans more on the casual side, it can still be worn in a polished and sophisticated manner like in a suede fitted dress. Out of all the Fall colors, I definitely think this shade is the easiest one to incorporate in your closet and looks great if you want to wear it from head to toe like this jumpsuit!

Most people associate Fall with darker colors, and while that may tend to be true, I like incorporating bold and vivid hues, such as this burnt orange and rust shade. To bring out the vibrancy of this color, pair it with a white top. For a more toned-down, balance look combine this color with pretty neutral like navy. Out of all the selections, I really dig the pleated skirt as the silhouette and the tailoring makes it beautifully polished and perfect for work 

In addition to my darker options, I like to add in lighter colors too for a more softer look. Mauve is the perfect shade for this season that has such a feminine and romantic vibe. It's essentially almost nude but with a hint of pink that makes it very wearable as a neutral. Lacey tops in Mauve give that extra depth of romanticism while a suede dress can be an effortlessly chic look. I think women who aren't naturally fans of pink will love mauve because of it's versatility and less vibrant hue. 

What colors do you love most for Fall?


  1. I have such an obsession with olive and wine during the fall! Both are such great, rich colors! Loving all your picks here! <3, Pamela Sequins & Sea Breezes

  2. What a fabulous post!! Love the light pink rose color.

    Xo Chelsea

  3. Loving all these colors lately, but I think the wine is my favorite!

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