Three Unexpected Fall Colors

We are headed into the homestretch of fall, and some of you may be tired of fall's orange, yellow and brown palette. If that's you, here are three colors to add to the mix.

I've written before about how teal can be used as a neutral. For fall, it pairs wonderfully with mustard, orange or brown. Go even bolder by mixing it with purple or olive.
A Splash of Teal

Coral is a cousin of orange, and these cousins play nicely together. It's absolutely fabulous with browns, yellows, and deep reds.
Coral for Fall

Mint was huge this spring. Huge. While generally  more of a spring color, mint can work for fall. It looks nice with warm tones like mustard and orange, but it's best with cool greys, blues, and other greens. Try it with burgundy too.
Fall in Mint


Anonymous said…
I'm going to create a Polyvore set using some of these colors.

WILD FOX. said…
I've always enjoyed reading your blog. Useful as always!

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