Fall clothing selection is a complete 360-degree wardrobe upgrade for many of us. We’ve just completed the summer of wearing only one layer of clothing and feeling the warm sun heat to the chilling cold breeze of fall ushering in the winter.
The fall season has ever-changing weather from chilly winds, to rain and sun, in a matter of one day. So it is essential to keep in mind that you may have to swap between layers of clothing as the temperatures rise or drops.
If you’re tired of having a boring wardrobe of dark and gloomy clothing during fall, stick around for tips on choosing color combinations and continuing the summer vibe.
Colors and palettes have the power to influence our mood based on combinations. Red and yellow excite while green and blue give off positive vibes. Take advantage of this fact and consider pairing colors when shopping. If you want to play it safe, opt for colors on the darker spectrum such as brown, navy blue, or crimson red.
The standard colors for fall that everybody usually wears are grey, black, and brown. But you can opt to stand out from the crowd by shuffling up your essential clothing. If your standard jeans come in dark blue or navy blue, you could try on a yellow jacket or an orange undershirt that pairs perfectly with dark jeans. The shoes or boots you wear are also a fashion statement and can be mixed up to bring out light colors.
With the fluctuating fall weather, it may shift from cold to hot or vice versa very quickly. Keeping this in mind, keep your top layer thick and inner clothing light to alternate according to the temperature. Make a fashion statement with a bright solid color shirt or patterns to set the mood. You can add a darker color jacket for the get-go in case it gets wind
It’s not all about matching colors, and you can also make a bold statement by trying out a new print shirt with an unorthodox chequered design. As the wise saying goes, “out with the old and in with the new.” Embrace change this fall with something different. Apparel designers are out-smarting each other by coming up with unique prints and designs to give their customers a fashion trend. Well, what are you waiting for? Get on top of that trend.
Pastels are a pale color palette family that is described as “soothing.” It is another great mood setter and calms the mind of others around you. Take your favorite color, and choose lighter shades, and you’ve got yourself a pastel. If you haven’t tried pastel clothing yet, start with the basics and the comfortable styles, such as t-shirts, shirts, or sweat-shirts. Ease your way in and watch the mood change when you walk into a room.
The fall season doesn’t have to be a runner up to dark and gloomy clothing just before winter. You can still extend the summer vibe and make your wardrobe even as exciting as the previous season with our tips on choosing a color combination for fall. Become stylish and set your trends this fall.