The Colors To Wear This Season, According to Pantone

When it comes to shopping, it’s easy to get lost in fads. The moment we see trendy pieces on window displays, we’re immediately hooked on buying it, despite knowing that it would eventually become passé after a few months. However, you can up your shopping game by focusing more on seasonal colors. That way, you get to add a variety of shades in your wardrobe instead. 

Below, Pantone is here to do the heavy lifting with their seasonal roundup of hues to guide our choices. Check out the 5 shades you should sport for Fall 2017:


Asymmetric crepe drape dress, Topshop

The sophisticated deep Bordeaux is a rich addition to anyone’s wardrobe–not to mention for evening wear. Channel your best Victoria Beckham with this asymmetrical crepe dress that pairs well with high ankle patent leather boots for an easy party get-up.


Suede effect jacket, Zara

Pink will never go out of style as it’s taking over the season once again. Incorporating shearling and suede to the soft shade gives it a cool edge.


Pleated camel midi skirt, Max Mara

Wearing one color for your entire outfit might just be the easiest way to make a statement. It’s even chicer when it’s all in neutral shades, as seen on Max Mara’s Fall 2017 show. Pair this pleated camel midi with a turtleneck and nude heels for a great casual Fall ensemble.


Intarsia wool-blend turtleneck midi dress, Tory Burch

Fashion’s favorite inky neutral is under the spotlight as it has been a staple for designers such as 3.1 Phillip Lim, Jason Wu, Brandon Maxwell, and Carolina Herrera. This turtleneck midi dress by Tory Burch fuses retro hues for that classy, athleisure-inspired ensemble. 


Double breasted blazer, Stradivarius

The best thing about neutral workwear is that it’s versatile and dependable. It can be dressed up with a vivid pantsuit or dressed down with a statement tee for a street style flair.

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