What is the only color you need in your wardrobe this fall? Great question! With the gang at Pantone Color Institute calling the shots each season, it is no surprise when celebrities come barreling down the red carpet in matching hues. Coincidence? I think not! Who are the big guns this season? Tawny Port, Grenadine, Ballet Slipper, Butterum, Navy Peony, Neutral Gray, Shaded Spruce, Golden Lime, Marina, and Autumn Maple.
I have spoken about this topic before how what we see on the racks at Nordstrom to Target all have a rhyme and reason! More importantly how in love with this color pallet are you? Autumn is such a magical season. From the warm hues of the leaves changing colors, pumpkins gracing your tables and doorsteps, and of course the clothes!
I wore this dress for a busy day of meetings earlier this week and had so many questions about it! After sharing a sneak peek on my Instagram, I knew it was special. I have had my love hate relationship with the color red, but there is something special about this dark wine dress. An exclusive line created just for Macy’s, Kobi Halperin design’s embody the very definition of the word tawny port.
An exclusive line created just for Macy’s, Kobi Halperin design’s represent the very definition of the word tawny port. Reported as being, “Elegant, Sophisticated, Tasteful.” That pretty much sums up this dress.and the rest of her modern and sophisticated staples. Length appropriate for just about any event, the off the shoulder has a classic look and the detailing on the sleeves is both feminine and elegant.
I had five women stop me and ask me for details about it too! Paired with a little leopard kitten heel, my go to work bag, and a coordinating lip, this is a fail proof look for cooler days ahead. Details on this outfit can be found below. Including links to shop everything I am wearing.
Do you have a favorite color for the fall fashion season? Any guesses for what spring 2018 holds? Pantone is calling this next season divergent, self-expressive, colorful and a lot of feel-good tones. I can get behind that…