It’s quite evident that every year when we get into that Fall state of mind, that our fashion palette automatically switches from bright colors to more muted, autumn tones that match the hues that we see as the leaves begin to change. Last year, I posted about wearing yellow as a Fall tone and also about how you can still wear florals in the Fall even though everyone thinks that florals are set for Spring. And as we keep discussing what colors are great to wear during the Fall season, in this post, I want to break down one of the biggest Fall color trends – RED – and how you can incorporate it into your wardrobe this season.
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WEARING RED IN THE FALL
Red is a showstopping color, and it can brighten up any look no matter whether you’re incorporating it as the main piece of your outfit or if you are including it as a complementary piece to your outfit. With the dreary colors of the Fall usually taking over, wearing red brightens up the season and makes the person wearing it stand out a little more.
I’m one the believes that red is a color that is to be worn all year round and there are ways to make certain pieces transition easily through each season. If you’re wearing a dress or short sleeves, you can add a jacket, cardigan, or blazer over it to make it great for the colder weather. I suggest wearing other burnt tones such as oranges or browns to make it a more Fall look rather than wearing black and making it look gothic. Or, in the case that you have a dress such as the one in this post, wear long sleeves underneath and make its seem as if the top was a part of the dress the entire time. I’ll be styling this dress again with a white, long-sleeved top underneath to make it new for the colder weather in the Fall, so make sure to stay connected and catch the look on my Instagram.
To get you started on adding the red pieces to your wardrobe that are great for Fall and all year round, here are some pieces that are made for you to stand out this Fall.