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Author: kkoch Created: 11/12/2009 7:27 PM
As the leaves and temperatures are changing we get excited for the new color palette coming in the fashion world. The colors of Autumn inspire us to get out the warmer clothing and rich colors in gold, green, teal, cranberry, plums, beiges, oranges, and browns. Keep some of the classic and neutral tones of color for the basics in your wardrobe. Add a pop of color in your palette that is good with your skin, natural hair and eye color. Color is one way to add interest and excitement into your wardrobe. Think about using the colors of autumn to add flair to your accessories like multiple chains of gold or a metallic leather purse or shoes in bronze or gold. Belts and jewelry in copper, bronze and gold colors are an easy way to bring the fall in Get your wardrobe in preparation for special occasions and events coming this fall like a fall festival, dance, or Thanksgiving. Metals and jewelry with Smokey quartz, beige crystals, buttery pearls, and rich amber cabochon brooches can add that spice to your

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