Usually when it comes to fall, it’s not our first thought to think bright colors. Fall is always associated with dark, warm and moody colors but I’m here to show you that it doesn’t have to be. I already did a post about wearing pink for fall, and this time I’m expanding it to a few other colors also to help make the transition easier if pink is not your thing.
Of course, it’s pink. You know I love this pink sweater and I’ve shared it quite a few times. I find pink pretty easy to wear in the fall because it pairs so well with the tans, browns and whites that comes with fall so that’s what I did here. I paired my button up cardigan with these cute taped belted pants and some white flats for an easy look. You can throw on a camel color coat if it’s a little bit chillier too!
One of my favorite things to do is matching my top to my shoes. Personally, I love to match and have my outfit fit into the same color family. I already owned these purple shoes so when I saw this purple sweater I knew I had to have it. They are almost an exact color match too which is right up my alley! Plus you can always switch out the sweater or shoes for something more neural (or colorful) to get a different look but with the same pop of color.
This one is more for those who need to take it slow when introducing color into their wardrobe. I personally, treat dark green and navy as neutrals because they go with so many other colors. It’s bright enough that you know it’s a color, but it’s not so over the top that you would feel uncomfortable wearing it. I think green and navy are the perfect colors to introduce into your wardrobe when you’re looking to add in more color!
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