Like I’ve said before, I love to draw fashion inspiration from my surroundings, especially from nature. One of my favorite things about fall is the abundance of vibrant colors the season brings. The changing of the trees tints sidewalks with blood orange, mustard yellow and deep burgundy leaves.
Burgundy is one of my favorite colors to wear during the fall. It is always flattering and is a great dark alternative to black, brightening up any outfit with the warm jewel tone. Whether you’re looking for a head to toe wine tinted look like See by Chloé, a color blocking ensemble like Diane Von Furstenberg or simply a pop of color like Rochas, burgundy is fall’s hottest color.
I spotted this Fashionista on her way to get her morning coffee. In this brisk fall weather, she opted for a warm Bordeaux skinny corduroy pant by Madewell. By cuffing her burgundy pants and pairing them with a thick, beige knit sweater, this Fashionista went for a more laidback style. Also by cuffing her corduroy pants, she drew attention to those adorable nude oxford skimmers. Accessory wise, this Fashionista went all out, piling on the bracelets and chunky watch, adding oomph to her simple outfit.
For a similar look, pair these Koral Stretch Skinny Jeans with a chunky knit sweater in a neutral tone like beige. There are few greater feelings than snuggling up in an oversized sweater, sipping on hot apple cider while catching up on reading on a Sunday morning. As far as beauty goes, paint on a deep, romantic burgundy nail color like Carry On by Essie or dark berry lip stain like the Benetint by Benefit (it works doubly as blush too).
But if you’re feeling adventurous, try this French Connection Fancy Winter Floppy Hat for that sunny October Sunday dedicated to fall fun. Whether you’re searching through a pumpkin patch for the perfect jack-o-lantern, running around in circles in a corn maze or strolling down the aisles of a local farmers’ market, these ruby red hues will keep you warm during the coldest of days!