5 Trendy Fall Colors Our Community Members Are Loving

5 Trendy Fall Colors Our Community Members Are Loving

Fall is a time for new beginnings, not just in life, but in fashion as well. Autumn is a big deal in the fashion industry too. In September, Fashion Week took place all over the world in the most iconic cities. Even though each fashion week in September was comprised of spring trends, we can gain inspiration from for upcoming trends this fall nonetheless.

Last year, reds, florals, and muted velvets were all the rage. This year, there are some exciting new colors we’ve seen on the streets of New York, Paris, Milan, and even on campus. So now that summer’s officially over, and we’ve stowed away our dresses and tube tops, let’s delve into this year’s trendy fall colors.

Warm up for Cold Weather in Brown

Brown is a color many of us shy away, but this season it’s unearthing itself in the most stylish ways. Wear it from head to toe or opt for a simple warm brown coat for a sharp autumn outfit.

Electrify Your Wardrobe with Blue

Blue is bold and daring, and is a reliable color to turn to when you want to stand out. Try a matching blue set or wear a fun, blue, faux fur coat to keep you warm!

PHOTO: @m.aiarose

Pack a Punch with Neon Anything

You know those neon green tube tops you wear during summer? Switch it out for a top or dress with longer sleeves to keep the neon fun going, while still keeping warm.

Wild out with Animal Print

Let out your wild side with a trend that’s really taken over this fall. Cheetah print is a spunky way to add color and pattern into a typical outfit you’d wear to class or to your internship.

PHOTO: @kallycera

Reconnect with Nature in Forest Green

Nothing says fall like nature-inspired colors. Try an earthy forest green to get you in the spirit. We suggest rocking this hue in the form of stylish trousers or a knit beanie. Get creative with it and be sure to tag us in your pics.

PHOTO: @corn.ish

What trends are you wearing this fall? Let us know in the comments!

Opening image by Jasmine Willis.