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The Top 10 Colours For Fall

As ever-changing as the fashion calendar may be. The beauty of seeing collections six months in advance is knowing what’s in store for next season. Play the buying game right and it’s basically sartorial insurance. Whatever pieces you buy now will be “in” for the better part of the year.

One factor of outfits and in fact it being the most important is the colours that you play with. Colours can either instantly elevate an outfit or make the outfit more grounded. Wearing the right colours can help you achieve a younger, healthier and groomed look without having to resort to drastic measures. So we’ve narrowed down the top 10 new fall colours that will have you feeling and looking your best!

Get to know each hue, find out which runways they’ve been spotted on, which celebrities have already embraced them on the red carpet, and then start drafting your shopping list( with some help from Reebonz!)

Grenadine

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This confident, dynamic red manifested on the runways in a shirt dress form at Oscar De La Renta.  This colour not only packs a punch but it definitely is not for the faint-hearted.The trick to mastering the art of incorporating bold hues into your look is to choose your favorite and add multiple accents. Brighten up a neutral outfit with head-to-toe highlights in this striking grenadine colour.

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Tawny Port

Red Carpet

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Think of Tawny Port as your finest Bordeaux: rich, deep, and bold. Stars such as Emma Stone and Chrissy Teigan have had a taste of this shade and now it's your turn. This vampy, dusty red has earned it's place in your fall wardrobe. Wearing darker shades of red can reflect a fair bit of finesse and class if worn correctly. Wear this colour in lighter fabrics, this will avoid weighing down the outfit and keep the look youthful.

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Ballet Slipper

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Isn’t that the prettiest name for the sweetest shade of pink? And we love how it lends a soft touch to any look, whether it’s a velvet cocktail dress,or a crisp pantsuit as seen at Gabriela Hearst. This dusty pink shade is making waves all over the fashion world, with it dominating the Golden Globes red carpet earlier this year.Dusty pink is a bit darker than blush.  It has a neutral tone to it, which is great for wearing it with base colors like black, navy or shades of brown.

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Butterum

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Butterum? More like butter-yum. It’s that toasty, comforting shade that you want to envelop yourself in on a cold night or blissfully sink into after a stressful day.So no wonder we saw it take the form of a chunky knit at Tory Burch or plush cords at Marc Jacobs. This colour is perfect for fall, neutral not boring, comforting not sloppy. This colour is best paired with other shades of brown, so as to not overpower this shade but rather to highlight it.

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Navy Peony

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This is definitely our favourite versatile inky neutral next to black-and it looks like it’s a favorite for a load of designers at NYFW appearing at Phillip Lim, Jason Wu and Carolina Herrera. Think of navy as your infallible weapon, before you shake your head just hear us out. It's almost impossible not to look chic in this colour combo-but it adds a slight depth to any outfit, especially if you mix textures.

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Neutral Grey

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Safe, dependable, and familiar, grey is always a yes. Always. And it just so happens to also be the go-to shade for the riot of pantsuits that took over the fall 2017 runways, including Calvin Klein, Alexander Wang and Victoria Beckham. Some designers suggest stormy greys as accent shades, whereas we encourage you to take a risk and do a head-to-toe look in the muted tone for fall.

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Shaded Spruce

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A dash of pine, a sprinkle of forest, the “Shaded Spruce” is an evergreen shade, and we saw it at Prabal Gurung, Brandon Maxwell, and Tibi. This incredibly rich-green colour has been seen on Alicia Vikander, Amy Adams and has been dominating many red carpets all over the world. This jewel tone is perfect for fall,think of this as a more muted version of teal. Try a looser silhouette to keep the colour feeling light and breezy.

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Golden Lime

Red Carpet

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Described as “earthy tones with a twist,” this unique yellow-green shade was seen at Jason Wu, Gabriela Hearst, and Tory Burch. Admittedly although a very hard colour to pull off, Adele (in Givenchy) at the Grammy's managed it with aplomb.The way to rock this trend is to wear one item in this colour, and keep the rest of your outfit simple and neutral.

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Marina

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A brilliant, yet calming blue. We like to think wearing Marina is the equivalent of drinking a refreshing glass of water. We've spotted it on the runways of Diane Von Furstenberg and Tibi as well as at the Golden Globes on Jessica Chastain. Supple and simple, marina is sure to be a staple colour in your fall wardrobe.  Don't be afraid to mix and match this colour with other pastels.

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Autumn Maple

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Of course we had to close with a shade that just embodied the fall season.A blend of tawny and russet, Autumn Maple is described as the “quintessential autumn color.” After all, it’s in the name. The autumn-est collections include 3.1 Phillip Lim, Tory Burch and Coach. This burnt amber shade definitely makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside so to match that try to wear this shade in cosier fabrics.

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