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Fall Pantone Colors You Should Be Wearing Now

The start of each new season is guaranteed to bring about one thing: change. Dropping temperatures, evolving fashion trends, and of course, new colors. This fall, we’re digging into the pantone colors that are trending—and which are our favorite to wear.

Here are our five favorites:

1. Grenadine.

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There’s nothing quite like a punchy, shiny red to get you excited to head into fall. Grenadine signifies one thing: confidence. A bright red sweater or coat in Grenadine sends the message that you’re in charge. What better way to head into busy season at work than with an added pep in your step?

2. Tawny Port.

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‘Tis the season for deep purple, and we’re all about it! Tawny Port reminds us of a dark red wine—and mixed with a unique texture, like in a suede skirt or velvet boot, it helps you create the perfect fall look.

Shop the Look: Our Lace Full Coverage Bra in Potent Plum is the perfect purple accent for fall.

3. Navy Peony.

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We were thrilled to see Navy Peony on the trending colors list for fall—it’s such a classic shade that’s a year-round showstopper, but particularly in chillier months. Try it out in the form of a pajama top (that can be work with your favorite jeans) or a chic navy sweater dress.

Shop the Look: Our Evening Blue Longline Lace Balconette Bra provides the right amount of support, coverage, and style. Win, win, win!

4. Ballet Slipper.

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Oh, Ballet, how we love you. While softer pinks are typically reserved for spring and summer months, Ballet Slipper is popping up all over fall and winter collections. Pro Tip: this color styles best next to warm neutral tones, like camel, grey, or white.

Shop the Look: Our Seamless Stripe T-Shirt Bra is a fresh, modern take on the Ballet trend for fall.

5. Neutral Grey.

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Something about cool neutrals—like Neutral Grey—has a calming effect. Grey is a relaxing tone, and is shown off best in a cashmere sweater or structured overcoat.

Shop the Look: Pair our Lace Full Coverage Bra in Earl Grey underneath all of your grey sweaters.

Which pantone hue is your favorite for fall? Tweet at us!

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