Hey my beautiful ladies! Fall is here, which means is time to wear different colors… fall colors. When it comes to fall fashion, bright colors and crazy prints aren’t something that comes to mind right away. The colder months are often about darker hues, but that doesn’t mean you should avoid all sorts of colors and stick to just black instead.
And here are these 5 colors you want to add into your wardrobe this season.
Military / Olive Green
There are a lot of names for this shade of green: military, olive, moss, and so on. Call it what you want, but there’s one thing that’s for sure: this color is one of the hottest hues for Fall 2015. This is almost a neutral color, which means there are plenty of ways to integrate it into your wardrobe, no matter what your style is. Not sure what to match this hue with? It looks best paired with white, black, or true neutrals like beiges and creams. With these color combinations, you can create multiple types of looks. For some ideas check out the pictures below.
This color is 2015’s color of the year. Marsala is named after the wine of the same name and same hue. This color which is a great combination between burgundy and brick red is sure to add a hint of sophistication into your wardrobe.
The color grey is one of the 2015 fall trends. The color provides a softer alternative to black and is actually easier to wear for many women. It is an incredibly versatile color that you can wear in many different ways. To make the color less monotonous, choose grey pieces that come with interesting prints or textures. This will liven up your look and make it more striking.
This shade of blue is the perfect color to wear for fall if you’re looking for something cool, posh, elegant and chic. It’s a beautiful color on its own, worn in a monochromatic outfit, but you can mix and match it with other colors as well.
I love burnt orange clothing and accessories because the color is bold, rich and warm. The key to wearing burnt orange is to forget that it is burnt orange – think of it more as an earthy neutral hue, which makes it easier to accessorize and match with shoes, bags, and jewelry.