A new season means new trends. Now that fall is here, the fall color scheme is trending. You can enhance your wardrobe with five color trends. Read on to learn what they are and how to wear them:

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Shades of Brown

Brown is one of the most popular fall colors. As the leaves change, many of them turn shades of brown. Use the changing of the leaves as inspiration when you put together your outfits. Brown is a neutral color that pairs perfectly with anything you already have in your closet, so shop for brown wardrobe staples like trousers, blouses, and boots. Pair these pieces together or with other fall colors in your closet.

Tans, Camels and Beiges

Tans, camels, and beiges are a huge trend this fall. You can get monochromic with your style by wearing head-to-toe beige, or you can enhance your outfits with tan wardrobe stables. Think about investing in a camel jacket or coat to stay on trend all fall and winter long.


Jewel tones are a trend for this fall, especially wine, burgundy, and ruby shades of red. A wine dress or sweater is sophisticated and stylish, perfect for casual or professional wear. Also try adding some wine into your wardrobe through accessories like handbags or hats.

Unique Shades of Green

This fall, green is the go-to color. This includes every shade of green you can think of, including mint, forest, olive, and hunter. Pick the shade of green that best suits your skin tone and the clothes you already own. By adding more green to your closet, you can be more on trend for fall.

Mellow Yellows

Mustard and marigold are go-to fall colors. This fall, think about taking your mellow yellows one step further. Instead of picking up a mustard sweater, opt for a marigold plaid coat or some mustard mules. Get creative with the way you style your yellow pieces this fall to personalize this trend.

Discover fall fashions at Scout & Molly’s Boutique Classen Curve. You can find these fall trends at our boutique, so stop by 5810 N Classen Blvd, Suite F3E, in Oklahoma City today!

Posted on October 19th, 2020