Bright colors such as Tangerine Tango might have ruled over the spring and summer, but this season’s “it” colors are deeper and darker. Color is a great way to vamp up your wardrobe and this fall/winter, you’ll instantly fall in love with oxblood, eggplant, and deep teal shades. We’ve scanned the looks from the fall runways and narrowed down the top fall 2012 color trends so use this post as guide throughout your fall and winter shopping.
This rich and robust color was named one of the top trends by Pantone. It’s a tasty, sophisticated brown color trend that is a great alternative to the black and charcoal basics typically worn in the fall.
From left to right: Doo.Ri, Victoria Beckham, Diane von Furstenberg
A bright and trendy jewel-tone shade that is often popular during the fall/winter season.
From left to right: Balenciaga, Stella McCartney, Prabal Gurung
A warm, dustier orange with a 1960′s flair.
From left to right: Thakoon, Calvin Klein Collection, Altuzarra
The hot new standout shade embodies hints of brown making it more versatile than traditional red. It goes with just about everything. (Read: How to Wear the Oxblood Trend)
From left to right: Peter Som, Rodarte, DKNY
Peach is the new neutral for the fall season.
From left to right: Chanel, Chloe, Elie Saab Couture
Not your ordinary teal color and neither blue or green. It’s a dynamic, stand-out color that looks great on any skintone.
From left to right: Balmain, Oscar de la Renta, Elie Saab Couture
This bold, deep purple shade can really add drama and style to any look. (Check out 25 Ways to Wear Plum for Fall)
From left to right: Lanvin, Tory Burch, Neil Barrett, Jason Wu
Statement Making Red
This fiery cherry red is a bold hue that makes a statement. Designer’s had fun mixing this hue with this season’s strongest textures.
From left to right: Jason Wu, Monique Lhuillier, Donna Karan
Another color on the Pantone fall 2012 color wheel. This mellow, burnished yellow suggests the soft-muted tones of sunlight to brighten a fall day.
From left to right: Oscar de la Renta, Valentino Couture, Jean Paul Gaultier Couture