Warm colors are not the only ones dominating the fall fashion trend 2019. Runways in London, New York, Milan, and Paris showcasing a balanced mix of dark and bright tones. There are options for the more and less adventurous wearers out there. Here are the five color trends you can include in this year’s fall.
1. Chili Red
Spice up your fall and winter wardrobe with chili red. This color makes even the conservative pieces attractive. Chili red sweaters, dresses, skirts, and jackets make your fall ensemble more eye-catching. You can try a bolder look for fall outfit inspiration by going monochromatic with chili red.
Avocado green provides the cooler or “neutral” look to counter the warm shades. The color is great for coats, jackets, and street wear pieces. The key to wear avocado green is to balance it with neutral shades, such as white or brown. Try adding a little warm color to the green outfit by adding bright accessories.
Merlot is a darker, deeper shade of red than the chili color. It is perfect to create a “strong but elegant” vibe. You can wear it as a coat, dress, jacket, or pants. Merlot red is a great statement color to pair with softer or neutral shades. You can look for shiny fabric in Merlot red for a more eye-catching look.
Peach pink allows your senses to “taking a break” from the bolder, warmer colors. A peach midi dress or blouse is a great piece to look soft and elegant. Peach pink is also a great as a solid accessory color, such as for a handbag. Pairing a peach handbag with darker outfits create a great contrast.
Butterscotch yellow is bright and gold-like but with a depth that prevents it from looking tacky. A butterscotch yellow outfit will improve your look, especially during gloomy days. It is great as a flowy dress, a sweater, or a statement jacket.