Here we are welcoming Fall with so much enthusiasm. I guess that we all enjoyed our Summer clothes, but I felt the need on starting to change my wardrobe, like a necessity. Maybe is because fall is my favourite season of the year when it comes to fashion (not weather related, I will died loving the tropics lol). I love the colours and the versatility we can use to build our outfits around it. It’s that time of the year where I feel we can use our creativity to its fullest, making you feel prettier than ever.
First thing I am always interested when it comes to fall prep is colours, so I can start remembering what I have from previous years that can be pulled out again (off course if I didn’t get rid of it, which is something I end up regretting many times); Pieces that I love and still be able to use and then starting building around my “fall Strategy” to determine which are the new pieces I should get, in order to be fully on trend.
Here is the Fall/Winter Classic Color Palette by PANTONE that will help you get some inspiration:
Don’t be scared, you don’t have to go shop like crazy, because you surely, like me, own many pieces already in these almost neutral tones, but this guide can help you to add some others colours that you don’t have, mix them together to bring a whole new set of outfits alive.
In order to show you, I took a couple of pictures based on this classic palette with some of these colours to give you an idea of the several options we can build around.
This is a Creamy white staple that I am personally crazy about! It’s perfect to be combined with so many colours giving that warmth effect that I love. I think you will see me a lot in this tone the whole season.
Shop this look: This skirt is already sold out, but I have found some similar here and here. Bodysuit blouse similar here and affordable here. Belt similar here
I love this pleated skirt, sadly is sold out but I found similar versions at affordable prices in different colours Here and Here.
This colour (creamy white) allows you to mix it with a wide range of different prints. I paired it below with an IRO bomber Jacket that gives a trendy twist to this outfit:
IRO Jacket sold out but same brand and similar on sale here and affordable here. Booties here; Chloe Sunglasses here and affordable version (Zac Posen) here.
Another colour from this palette that I could mix with my off white skirt is the brown called “meerkat” by Pantone or that I call more a mahogany. It’s my favourite colour of this season. I think it does wonders on any kind of hair colour.
I fell in love with this sweater because to me is flattering to anyone, so feminine you can’t help but feel amazing in it. If you want the same click here. For a more affordable version click here and for even more cheaper here.
For a same version but in different colours click on the links below:
Also, you can wear it with other classic tones like this pair of biker faux leather leggings in black. It makes it pop out the outfit, looking feminine in a more rock version.
This colour is a YES for this season, for more models click on the links below:
To complete this look: Leggings similar here and more affordable here; Sergio Rossi boots here and more affordable here and here. Valentino handbag here and very affordable here.
As we continue with the Pantone Classic Palette I decided to show you one more example, and one of my favourite colours, “Soft Grey”. As its name says so, is a quiet but sophisticated colour, perfect to be paired with all kind of bold and pale hues.
Paired it with one of the colours of the palette makes it looks warm and cozy, while being elegant. It’s an easy shade since it can be matched with so many pieces as it acts like a neutral.
Shop this look: J Brand jeans here and similar here. Similar and affordable cardigan here; Top similar here and here; Nine West Boots here and similar here.
These above are examples of the basic Palette that you will be seeing all over this Fall; however Pantone also released a Top 10 colour palette that are absolutely mixable between each other and also with the classic ones. It’s an outburst of rich hues that recall Fall’s elements as it brings life to your garment.
I have compile a set of different pieces to give you an idea of how to incorporate it into your daily wardrobe:
Hope this post will help get some inspiration to sort your wardrobe together. It helped me, even organising the pieces by colours and combinations, so much fun.
If you need any advice or you would like to share a comment don’t hesitate!
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