May 11, 2021

How to Style the Colors of Fall

How to Style the Colors of Fall

We are greeting the start of a new season with fashions in fall colors that transition from mid-summer to autumn with ease. Showcasing the warmth of baked apple red, the drama of storm teal, and the glow of chartreuse sage green, our autumnal collection is sure to intensify your seasonal looks. Each hue stands beautifully alone as an accent or heroically complements another tint, bringing each undertone to its full potential. So, if you are wondering what to wear this fall, add a statement or mix and match the colors of fall to get into the spirit.

Baked Apple Red

Just out of the oven, baked apple red is a spicy shade that warms up any fall ensemble. Flaunting rusty undertones, baked red apple pairs well with neutrals and jewel tones alike. Whether it is a shade at the center of your look or playing a supporting role, red apple adds an earthy brightness to your outfit. We are listing tops, skirts, and layering pieces that make this color an instant favorite this fall.

Affirmations After Labor Day

You are sure to be off to the races in this tomato red blouse. Deserving of a blue ribbon, this blouse is complete with a dog print and V-neckline and tie.

Sharpen your look with this micro pleat mini skirt and black blazer. Challenge the “no white after Labor Day” rule with these white pumps with black piping.

Cinnamon Cinder Seance

If cozy is your autumn philosophy, layer up with this rust cardigan. A trail of tiny buttons and a V-neckline are in harmony with 3/4 length sleeves trimmed with a ribbed knit.

The tawny plaid in these wide-leg trousers and the glittering moon and star motif of this button-up collared blouse are sure to charm the room. Finish your look with this rust croc-embossed crossbody bag.

I’ll Bee at the Pumpkin Patch

Pay homage to the fall botanical with this tomato red micro pleat mini skirt with a white rose print. This floral number transitions seamlessly from summer to fall with the addition of a few of your favorite seasonal selections.

Welcome the crisp cool air in this mock neck cotton top. A little honey can go a long way with these gold bee earrings with drop pearls. A pair of trusty cognac oxfords complete the ensemble for a day of traipsing around fall foliage.

Storm Teal Blue

Evoking the moodiness of an autumn sky, storm teal is oozing with edginess. Storm teal sharpens even the most muted hues with punches of green and blue undertones. Mingling in the background of prints and patterns, storm teal brightens mustard, brings life to orange, and sharpens velvety neutrals. From skirts to tops, we are eyeing up this color for a winning look.

Headed to the Hayride

Designed to flatter and sure to delight, this teal top is all you need for a day of autumn entertainment. Dotted with blue, mustard, and peach blooms, this top sports a wrap design that ties at the side.

Keep it casual with these dark wash skinny jeans with a button fly. Nod to the golden hue found in your top with these mustard block heel sling back pumps. These slingback heels are complete with a little lift and all the comfort. For a finishing touch, add these classic gold hoops.

In the Spellbound Spirit

Get into the spirit of the season with colors of fall.
Shop the Look: Crocodile Rock Mini Skirt

Legend has it, this mini skirt is sure to scare. Boasting a croc embossed motif and sassy zip up the front, this skirt adds edginess to even the sweetest looks.

And before you feel the ground begin to shift under the wake of a zombie apocalypse, add this top to your ensemble! From mock neck to hem, this fitted top boasts a print compete with moths, serpents, and phases of the moon. Bewitch and bewilder with these patent oxfords and silver skull earrings.

Conjurer of All Things Cozy

Commit to this cozy knit and you are sure to conjure serious style spirit. Boasting a subtle scoop and a row of buttons at the shoulder, this 3/4 sleeve sweater is composed of the softest knit blend.

Complement the moody dark teal hue of the sweater with this burnt orange agile skirt. Your look is complete with these lace up block heel boots and moth and moon printed scarf.

Chartreuse Sage Green

A cross between gold and green, sage signals the end of summer and the arrival of autumn. Chartreuse sage pairs with cream, white, gray, and cognac but also complements deep shades of navy, teal, burgundy, and plum. At first glance, this shade seems to steal the show but is best in harmony with other coordinating members of the color wheel.

Oh My Apple Pie

Savor another helping of apple pie in this plaid jumper in a bright chartreuse hue. This look is elevated with quirky suspender straps that adjust at the back.

Make it a la mode with this cream ribbed sweater and cherry red Mary Jane pumps. Coordinate your look with this daily print scrunchy scarf.

The Light Through the Leaves

Evoking the golden green tones of the changing leaves, these wide-leg trousers are an opportunity for autumnal elegance. Complete with a high-waist style adorned with button tabs on either size of the waistband, these trousers provide a subtle statement.

Warm and cool tones merge in a celebration of color with this dark teal long sleeve top. Support your ensemble with cognac T-strap flats and a silver moth broach to finish your look.

Tried and Chartreuse

Warm up in this cream and chartreuse green plaid wrap dress with short sleeves. This style is complete with a sash at the waist and a slight high-low hem.

This oxblood clutch pairs perfectly with these wine hued T-strap heels with petal shaped cut outs. A few bejeweled pins will finish your look with a little sparkle.

With autumn color dresses, boots, sweaters, and more, we are welcoming the colors of fall one style at a time. Before you head out apple picking, snag a few fall friendly finds to add to your bag.

Learn more about the colors of fall and others by chatting, calling, or booking a one-on-one consultation with our ModStylists! Discover the colors of fall at ModCloth today!

Georgia Templeton

About Georgia Templeton

A novice sewing hobbyist, Georgia is an old soul and avid coat collector. She enjoys learning new sewing techniques and reading about fashion history. From time to time she puts a pen to paper, writing fiction.

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