Cool Color Trends to Wear into the Fall

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These fives staples rocked the summer season and will continue to be huge into the fall. Here are our top tips for helping you transition these style splurges into the colder months!

Red – Red is going to be a huge color come autumn. Find a variety of reds in different shades and textures so you have the option to be bold, soft or glamorous. A great signature red item to invest in for the fall would be a pair of red shoes like the Lucia Suede Platform Wedge ($198) from Ann Taylor. The suede will be a fab fabric for colder weather and these shoes would pair well with a wrap dress.

-Chastity Palmer Davis from GlitterBuzzStyle.com

Chastity Palmer-Davis is the beauty/fashion writer behind GlitterBuzzStyle.com. GlitterBuzzStyle provides women with personal styling tips, the latest fashion trends, beauty reviews and sale alerts. Chastity’s love for fashion and the entertainment industry has given her the opportunity to contribute to Honey Magazine, work for television show Full Frontal Fashion and cover backstage press for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.

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  • nelly5639:

    I have always loved orange! So I think I will be sporting more of it this fall!!

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  • black hat world forum:

    Avast Has Gone Crazy

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  • Chastity Palmer-Davis:

    Colorblocking is very hard to rock but the easiest way is to find a simple shade that doesn’t over power the look. Black, Off White and Tans are easier to work with and are great for all seasons.

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    1. ralblondie09:

      I must agree with you on that 100%. There so easy to work i love those colors for the fall and winter!

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  • williamsmel88:

    don’t really care for the color blocking or leopard prints on adults, but that’s just me.

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    1. Chastity:

      Color blocking is hard to rock, the key is finding it with a simple shade. Black will always be an easy look.

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  • williamsmel88:

    the blues/teals are are my favorite!

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  • lumeih:

    I always thought red was too bold for me, but I think this fall I’ll have to become more bold.

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    1. Chastity Palmer-Davis:

      Red is a bold statement for sure. Trying to get into it full force maybe a tough start. You want to start out small with accessories, lipstick, lacquers and than work your way into the fashions.

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      1. lumeih:

        I’ll start with nail polish.

  • Lesley:

    I love the blue/teal!

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  • alessaven:

    I like them all

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    ruckey04:

    i”ll have to use these

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    ruckey04:

    cute ideas

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    1. Shecky's:

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    ruckey04:

    thanx for the ideas

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  • roxkells:

    Minus the ‘red’; color, the suede platform wedge is official! A nice rust color would go great for fall.

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  • roxkells:

    I also really love the kakkar bracelets at nordstrom. I think I need to make a stop to shop :)

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    1. Chastity Palmer-Davis:

      Yes the bracelets are wonderful a style that can glam a look at any moment!

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  • Joy:

    Orange/rust is growing on me.

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  • Joy:

    Animal prints are overdone now. Need something new.

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    1. Chastity Palmer-Davis:

      Animal prints are always going to be overdone BUT it remains a popular trend. You can’t blame a style that you can for rock for all seasons you just have to invest in the right styles for it like Coats, Shoes and Handbags.

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  • Joy:

    Blue is one of my favorite colors.

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  • Joy:

    I so don’t like colorblocking. That outfit looks like the hot dog on a stick uniform.

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    1. Chastity Palmer-Davis:

      Colorbocking is hard to make work, you really have to find the right style and shade. I love the red look of the dress it’s definitely workable over hard brights.

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  • Joy:

    #1 – red is really not my favorite color. Usually it’s too harsh looking. I like burgendy instead.

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    1. Chastity Palmer-Davis:

      Well that’s still close to red, finding the right red shade is all you need to do.

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  • mwilson11:

    i LOVE the color of the bangles!

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  • Crispy:

    Hot wedges

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