Fall isn’t a time of the year that’s necessarily known for bold color choices. Most of the time we tend to stick to darker colors as the weather gets gloomier. However, this fall that’s changed. This fall there are more colors than ever to choose from that are some of the hottest color trends we’ll see this year. Whether you’re looking for a new lipstick color or a deep but vibrant color for your midi skirt, these are the colors to throw into your fall wardrobe!
Deep colors are always a huge fall trend, but they are especially so this year. A deep, purple eggplant shade is sure to turn heads no matter where you’re going this year. If you’re looking for a deep, dark color that is definitely on-trend this fall, you cannot go wrong with a dark eggplant color.
Just like eggplant, maroon is a color that you’ll want to jump on this year. A maroon shade is an easy way to incorporate red into your fall wardrobe without being too loud or out there. If you love the color red but have never figured out how to incorporate it into a fall wardrobe, this is a great way. Not only is it a big color in fashion, but this is a huge color for lipstick this year, so bring out the maroon lipstick!
When people think of fall, they think of earth tones. However, those fall tones usually lean toward browns, oranges, and reds. Very rarely do people think of sage green in the fall. This fall, though, sage green is such a big color. If you lean towards more natural colors, go for a sage green this fall.
If you know me, you know that I love incorporating as much color as possible into my wardrobe. Obviously, that means that I don’t always love the color palette that comes along with a fall wardrobe. If you’re like me and find it hard to incorporate color into your wardrobe in the fall, go for a muted pink. It adds a little bit of color but sticks to more muted color palette that comes along with autumn.
It’s not winter just yet, so don’t break out those black clothes yet. If you’re looking to go darker but aren’t ready to pull out your all-black wardrobe, go for a dark gray ensemble instead. The color is flattering on nearly everyone, and it goes along with the darker color palette that accompanies the colder weather of fall.
I love bright colors, so whenever a bright color is on-trend in the fall, I basically lose my mind. If you’re like me in that regard, you’ll be happy to hear that a jewel-tone blue is extremely trendy this year. The jewel tones add a depth to the turquoise color that makes it appropriate for the colder months of fall while still turning heads!
If jewel tones aren’t really your thing but you still want to wear blue in your fall wardrobe, go for a deeper blue instead. The depth of the color will stop you from looking like you’re preparing for winter or spring and instead be the perfect color to add to your autumn wardrobe.
What are your favorite colors this fall? Will you be wearing any of these? Let me know in the comments!
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