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In case you haven't been paying attention, fall is literally knocking on your door! So, if you haven't started stockpiling your wardrobe with fall appropriate pieces, then it's time to get a move on.

Don't fret though, I'll help you pick out some inspired fall pieces with these 15 autumn colors for your wardrobe.

1. Camel

camel coat

Source: @brooklynblonde1

Okay, this one's a given. You'll be hard pressed not to find more than a few camel coats being worn about this fall.

This neutral shade of brown is perfect for fall when the leaves begin to change and you can feel the brisk air. Make sure you've got a camel coat ready in your wardrobe.

camel coat

2. Chocolate

brown coat

Source: @kattanita

While I wouldn't blame you if the first thing that comes to mind when I mention the word chocolate is gorging yourself on sugary delights - in this case I'm talking about wearing it.

Chocolate brown is luxurious and can be paired with a lot of other fall colors, which makes this color really versatile. This is definitely one of the best seasonal colors out there.

brown coat

3. Powder Blue

powder blue turtleneck

Source: @fusunlinder

Powder blue is another really versatile fall color. Why? Because of its associations with blue skies, blue water and countless other blue bodies. It's the ideal color for those summer blues (no pun intended).

Look to add it to your wardrobe in all forms.

 powder blue turtleneck

4. Rose Pink

rose pink sweater

Source: @lauri.style

Pink might not be one of the first colors that comes to mind when you think of fall but it's muted pinky red tone matches the fall sunsets and sweaters in this color are really flattering for a lot of different skin tones.

It's also a really feminine color that looks great in your wardrobe.

rose pink sweater

5. Burnt Orange

burnt orange dress

Source: @ashleysierraofficial

Burnt orange may be the quintessential fall color. It's the color of the leaves, the color of the fire on those cold fall nights and did I mention Halloween pumpkins?

A lot of boots come in this color, so they're the perfect addition to your shoe collection but it also looks great in a pair of pants, which is extremely flattering for your legs.

burnt orange dress

6. Tan

tan blazer

Source: @kateehutchins

Ironically, as your summer tan begins to fade, I find that tan is a great transitional piece from late summer to early fall.

It's perfect for over the knee boots, coats, sweaters, pretty much anything really.

tan blazer

7. Beige

beige skirt

Source: @nadiaanya_

Just like beige, camel is a staple of fall colors, which perfectly sums up the season. Beige is one of the most versatile colors out there because of its neutral earthy tone. It's perfect for pairing up with a range of other complementary colors.

There's something about beige too that just makes your outfit look more expensive.

beige skirt

8. Cranberry

 cranberry outfit

Source: @brooklynblonde1

Cranberry is another foodie color that's rich and just looks extravagant with any outfit. It suits a lot of lipstick shades, so you have free reign to play around with your makeup.

This color looks particularly good on coats and sweaters.

cranberry skirt

9. Fire Engine Red

Fire Engine Red blazer

Source: @peexo

There's just something bold and sexy about bright red. And best of all, it looks great on everyone!

It's a flattering, feminine color with a vast range of clothing options to choose from but it also looks great in makeup too. Bold lip color, anyone?

fire engine red blazer

10. Navy Blue

Navy Blue coat

Source: @ines.la.grande.brune

The great thing about navy is that it's infinitely layerable (yes, I just made that word up!). You can wear a skirt, sweater and coat all in the same color and it just works.

Navy blue is a suitably dark tone for the season but it's still bright enough to make your outfit seem colorful.

navy blue blazer

11. Gray

gray sweater

Source: @kateehutchins

Gray is the perfect medium between light and dark, and it's a great transitional piece between fall and winter. And just like navy blue, it can be layered over and over again.

gray sweater

12. White

white sweater dress

Source: @macystucke

If you can accept the idea that your outfit could be instantly ruined by the tiniest stain at any given moment, then white is another fantastic transitional piece between fall and winter.

When you find yourself wishing for snow, this is the next best thing.

white sweater dress

13. Brown

brown pinafore dress

Source: @peexo

Brown is another one of those earthy neutral tones that mixes well with other fall colors. It looks particularly good alongside white.

brown corduroy dress

14. Maroon

maroon coat

Source: @peexo

Maroon can be a difficult color to find but it's a lavish fall color nonetheless. It's deep red hue works perfectly with jeans, while still dressing up your outfit. Velvet blazers in particular should find their way into your closet this fall.

maroon coat

15. Mustard Yellow

mustard yellow dress

Source: @msemmahill

Mustard yellow bridges the gap between summer and fall colors - it's bright but still muted enough that it can be paired with other darker fall colors. You can even get away with pairing it with bright red.

mustard yellow dress


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