It’s fall and that means there is a whole new color scheme to your life. We have moved on from the sorbet, and light and airy summer colors to deep earthy tones.
Apple Red. And in my effort to be BRAVE in the everyday and incorporate more of this color into my wardrobe and life, I bought red lipstick! *gasp* Really, Travis is NOT a fan, and I can see that if you’re not into the big bold lips that it can come off as trashy. But if I wear it with confidence and don’t smear it across my face…I feel rather sexy.
Mustard. Ever since I was little I have always loved yellow. Like on field day I was the kid praying to be on the Yellow Team because I loved to wear it. As fall gets rolling, my yellows get darker and more pleasant with my skin tone. I love the strong statement Mustard makes to an outfit. Even as an accessory.
Orchid. The 2014 color of the year, so as far as I am concerned it works all year-long. Pair that Orchid shirt with skinnies and closed toe flats, maybe a cardigan. I don’t have much of orchid in my closet, I am more of a plum purple in the fall and my closet can attest to that.
Gold. Ever since I can remember I have steered as far away from gold as I possibly can. In the past year, I have been reaching for gold in my jewelry box, my wardrobe and even in my technology. I totally have a Gold iPhone 6 with a dusty pink cover. Recently, I have been wearing Jamberry Gold Fishnet and I love the extra shine it brings to any outfit.
Emerald. Last year’s Pantone color of the year and the color of my Baylor Bears. I love fall for the cooler weather, dark tones, and Baylor Bear Football. Oh, and coffee. 🙂 Some people love this color, some don’t. I am not going to convince you to like it but try pairing it with pumpkin, for a less Christmas-y feel.
Pumpkin. With everything and it’s mother being labeled ‘pumpkin’ between September 1 and November 30, it’s hard not to love this or incorporate into your wardrobe. Not feeling bold enough to sport a pumpkin sweater, don’t worry me either…grab a skein of yarn and crochet a pumpkin cowl for the perfect accessory piece! (Found on Pinterest no website found)