When it comes to fall trends, the defining factor that makes something relevant is how easy it is to fuse it into your current wardrobe. If you peruse through Instagram and TikTok, you might see hues that weren’t being embraced during the warmer months. Currently, tomato red and pastel yellow are having a moment, as well as metallic hues. What’s distinct about these tones, and a few others is that by adding them to your daily rotation you’ll appear to be in the know.
Recently, showgoers who attended New York Fashion Week shows were also spotted in camel tones. This addition to the fall color trends I’m currently seeing felt like a natural progression since fall calls for versatile shades. Kerry Washington in a full camel Michael Kors look in London shows us that monochromatic outfits can work exceptionally well when worn in the exact same hues. Tems in a stunning white structured gown by Danielle Frankel provides an example of how this color is having a moment right now too. If you’re hoping to try out what’s trending, we’ve pinpointed why it’s easier than you think below.
Red is a hue that works in multiple variations: you can wear a tee underneath a denim jacket with matching jeans to add a punch of color. But, the fashion insider above decided to opt for a leather tank and matching bottom–her look is effortless due to her refined, minimalistic accessories.
Some people think that wearing white this late in the year is a faux pas. But, personally, I love how this showgoer is confidently in a white T-shirt and a polka dot silk mini skirt with a grey sweater thrown over her shoulders. Additionally, to add white to your fall looks, you can also purchase a warm, lengthy statement coat.
When I think of autumn and fall weather I imagine sitting outside with friends at local bars. What better way to do this than to throw on a camel blazer or coat with your favorite jeans? Alternatively, on warmer days, you can wear your favorite nude wife beater with a latte-hued pair of cargo pants.
For going out you can lean into metallic hue two-piece sets rather than depending on your go-to little black dress. Above, model Jasmine Sanders shows how chic this can be. If you’re not this bold, you can opt for metallic trousers with your favorite top.
To me, the tone of light yellow is an instant serotonin booster. If you’re a little scared to take the plunge, try out a collared shirt like the stylish woman we pulled above. But, for those who are confident with their style choices, a knit sweater in this tone is ideal.