Dressing for fallThe colors of my wardrobe are changing right with the leaves. Out goes the hot pink and in comes the royal blue. While black may always be in season, change up your winter wardrobe with this season’s hottest color trends, jewel tones.
Cobalt blue makes a statement. This color is alluring and beautiful, and it will definitely enhance your eyes if they are blue. Cobalt blue pairs well with simple black accessories. For example, there are some lovely cardigans and coats in this sharp blue. Wear a black shirt underneath, jeans, and black flats. I especially love the cardigans and outerwear of this shade. Instead of having a boring charcoal jacket to brave the winter storms in, opt for blue instead.
Another color that’s going to be hot this season is the ever-classic gold. Gold dresses will be especially prevalent, and it’s best to keep them streamlined and simple. Since gold stands out so much on its own, I don’t recommend accessorizing much or you will look like Mr. T. Pair your dress with neutral or black shoes and a black blazer, sweater, or jacket. I particularly love this dress and the way they styled it on their site – the black tights are perfect for the cold weather.
While you typically see many coats in camel all fall and winter-long, this season there will be camel dresses and separates too. Camel goes wonderfully with black of course, and I would also recommend a belt at the waist to break up the outfit.
Emerald green shirts, dresses, and coats will be everywhere. I love emerald green, so this makes me especially delighted. You can even just throw in a green scarf to your neutral outfit if you want. Emerald clothing goes well with gold, black, and silver accessories. I think gold jewelry is probably my favorite with it.
Bright red- even in pants- will be around too. Do not fear this statement color. You will stand out, but it’s easily wearable. Pair bright red pants with a camel or black shirt and pair a red shirt with jeans or black pants.
Whitney J. Manson

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