Fall finally got the memo and ultimately brought cooler temperatures. The great thing I love about Fall is the fact that you can still wear some of your Summer pieces, but you get to add lovely sweaters and boots and match them with the richer colors of Fall.
If you don’t know, blush is a neutral color and this fact makes it easy to pair it with a variety of colors. An ideal way to transition to Fall with blush is to pair it with richer tones. One of my favorite blush combos is with maroon/burgundy. Also, pairing it with mustard yellow, navy blue, or emerald green are colorful, useful ways to utilize the versatility it offers.
Blush outerwear has been the move for a couple of seasons now. You can find blush peacoats, blush trench coats, and blush leather jackets. The great thing about adding a blush-colored outerwear is that it’s a neutral! It’s another easy way to transition with blush. Adding a blush-colored trench or leather jacket with any of your Fall or Summer pieces is an effective way to make this transition.
If all else fails, it can’t hurt to wear neutrals with neutrals. Neutrals are amazing because they literally go with everything. Therefore, there is no such thing as having too many neutrals. This is precisely why it makes a great transition to Fall with blush! Honestly, it doesn’t matter which neutral you go with- black, navy, leopard- it will all look good with blush.
There you have it folks: three great ways to transition to Fall with blush! What are some of your favorite pieces to transition to Fall?
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Suede Jacket: Nordstrom Rack (similar here or here) || Chambray shirt: Loft (similar here or here) || Pants: Old Navy || Shoes: TJ Maxx (similar here or here) || Earrings: Gifted (similar here or here) || Lips: Wet n Wild Matte Lipstick in Video Vixen