Fall is upon us once the temperature starts to drop and the leaves start to change color. We’ve already seen black and white, but now you will start to see warm reds and golds, which are perfect for the two upcoming holidays — Halloween and Thanksgiving. The newest color to hit the stores is turmeric, which is great for the season. New to harvest tones? These three tips will help you style turmeric just the way you want.
Fall’s chilly temperatures mean we can finally bust out our sweaters! Nothing beats a cozy sweater and a cup of hot chocolate, well except, looking amazing while doing it. This lace-up wide sleeve turmeric sweater is the perfect addition to your closet this season. Stay bold by adding a flirty checkered skirt and handbag. Or, keep it simple with a comfortable pair of jeans or jeggings. There is literally no wrong way of wearing a warm sweater.
dress it up
Not really feeling like being fully decked in turmeric? No worries, turmeric accents are just as great. We suggest this striped maxi dress because it adds a subtle touch of the trending yellow color, yet incorporates fun other colors like red, blue and pink. Make it a fun day out with your girls by pairing it with a white chunky tennis shoe or have a cute date night by wearing a simple heel. Another great way of dressing up is with a dark dress with pops of turmeric. Pair it with a shoulder handbag, and you are ready to take on your day.
casual yet cute
If you are looking for more laid-back yet fashionable attire, a simple yellow dress is your go-to. This cute dress with birds is the perfect dress for strolling around town or grabbing brunch with your closest friends. And, you can never go wrong with combining it with a canvas shoe or small heel. Don’t feel like wearing a dress? You can still rock the casual look with comfy turmeric pants. Combine it with a white top, and you are ready to take on your day. Complete your look with a light lip color and your favorite fragrance.
Just because the weather is changing to colder and darker days doesn’t mean you have to ditch your bright colors. Look out for cheery turmeric taking over this season.