Fashion Friday: Your Next Staple Color For Fall

Welcome a new color to your staple wardrobe this fall, Navy Peony is here to soften up your look. This lighter shade of navy is the only color to be named to both New York and London fall fashion trending colors by Pantone.


With this much exposure in the fashion world, this color will be popping up everywhere. Want to add this color to your palate, here are a few pieces we’re loving that you can pick up.

Maribel Dress In Blue Wing Teal, Amour Vert $128


The color leans a little on the teal side, but it’s close enough to the color family to work. A simple sleeved option made of modal and spandex, perfect for fall and layering for winter.

9″ High-Rise Skinny Jeans In Larkspur Wash, Madewell $135

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Looking for that perfect fitting pair of jeans, these could be for you. The high waist, TencelⓇ interwoven material, and slim fit makes your gams go on for days. Bonus they’re available in a “taller” version for those long-legged beauties.

Tumbled Nubuck Sport Sneaker Sandal, Eileen Fisher $195

Screen Shot 2017-08-23 at 7.05.18 AMA playful choice for the athletic look, these picks are comfortable for the toes and the perfect shade of blue. The bold straps make for a great piece to wear while weather is still warm, and they seamlessly transition into fall.

Arosa Navy Scarf, Lions in Four $198


We couldn’t resist. Our Arosa scarf features hand-dyed fabric and milled fur from France. Throw it over everything from dresses to yoga gear and know you’ll be rocking the latest trends and supporting women around the world. Bonus: fur was all over the runway. With this piece you’ll be rocking two trends at once.

Want to see what other colors are featured by Pantone for fall? See the full list here!


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