I hope everyone has had a nice weekend. Today’s look I was excited to style. Again, looking ahead to NYFW ( my mom is going, I can’t this year) and some of the Fall Trends, this Pumpkin Spice/Rust shade is hot on the runways! Mmm. My husband laughs as each fall I get drawn in to everything “pumpkin spice.” Candles, bake goods, coffee.. lattes ( of course) and now clothing. This shade is indicitive of Fall, its rust colored beauty can be complimented by so many shades: olive, black, mustard, camel, browns., metlot , burgundy Another trend that would work quite well with this dress, is wearing a turtleneck under the dress. This is quite popular on the runway, and can take a dress from another season, into fall/Winter. If you missed my NYFW LOOK #1 inspiration: Fall Florals, click HERE.
Mango is one of my favorite stores, much like Zara, there is a similar style. When I saw this dress, I thought that color would be fabulous with my hair, for Fall etc. I didn’t place the order though. Then I saw it on Annette, and by the time I bought it, was on sale for a mere $30! Good timing! Later in the Fall-Winter season, I would do just that, wear a turtleneck top or sweater under the dress for more color and versatility, not to mention, on trend!
Today, it is still quite warm in NC, so my plan was to share this Pumpkin Spice trend. The richness and color is one of my favorites! The Pantone Institute calls it ” Potter’s Clay” and I could honestly have a closet full of this color! A bit at a time though.. This is a dress that, since sleeveless, and style-wise can be worn in the spring, and then in the fall-winter with a change of acessories, shoes and as mentioned above, a sweater underneath change to the Fall Season.
My favorite pair of vintage earrings bought at a Charleston Consignment shop.
Loving Burgundy tones with Potters Clay
Wearing Chocolate Brown Suede Block heels for Fall
Most Clicked: Nicole of High Latitude Style shares What Fashionable Women Add to their Fall Wardrobe! Love the coat!
My Pinterest Pic of the Week: Stefanie of The Style Safari designed this gorgeous emerald green outfit. If only I could sew!