Bright Colors for Fall

bright colors for fall

Color blocking was my favorite trend of all time and I have been waiting for the day that it would come back around. 2010-2012 was basically the peak of my style sense because I wore bright colors every day. I’d show up to work with pink jeans and a red silk top or out to dinner in a yellow dress with neon pink pumps and it was just the best.

My bridesmaids even wore yellow dresses with bright pink bouquets. It was glorious!

When I saw Mandy Moore’s Brandon Maxwell dress for the Emmy’s this year I literally jumped up and down with excitement. That dress inspired today’s post, a love letter to bright colors for fall and winter, something that you shouldn’t be afraid of. A hot pink sweater will brighten up even the gloomiest of winter days and these fun feather earrings add a colorful pop to any look.

If you feel up to it, mix and match your brights and take it back to 2011 with me. I would totally wear my orange Dudley Stephens with these pink pants or an orangy-red headband with a pink and red color block sweater. And I’ve been living in this cozy fleece zip-up sweatshirt lately with a pair of black leggings.

If wearing brights isn’t your thing, you can still rock this trend in smaller doses with a pink beanie or a pair of colorful flats with an otherwise dark outfit.

What do you think about bright colors outside of summer? Should I do a post to show you how I style them?

Dudley Stephens Fleece Turtleneck, $158
Hunter Rainboots, $99
J.Crew Sweater, $138 (Similar for $39)
Hot Pink Beanie, $39 (Similar for $11!)
Work Pants, $89.50 (Similar for $29)
Tuckernuck Feather Earrings, $68
Colorblock Sweater, $120 (Similar for $32)
Puffer Vest, $34
Winter Coat, $365 (Factory version for $142)
Pink Flats, $168 (Similar for $137)


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