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Blogger Style NYFW SS 2018

I've been doing this post for several years now, and you guys always seem to love it more than any other fashion post, so here we go again for the most recent fashion week in New York! Some of my favorite American designers; like Michael Kors, Zac Posen, Tori Burch, and Rachel Zoe had sme amazing spring / summer 2018 collections. But I also love to see the street style, because it fits in with the current fashion season, and well, because it's so fun! Pictured above: KERRently by Courtney Kerr

This year it seemed as if everyone went to fashion week. Usually I have to look and look and look for enough outfits to fill up my post. This year, however, I had to majorly narrow down my picks. Everyone went, and everyone wore multiple outfits a day!











A Colorful Fall Palette


Fall decor doesn't have to be traditional. You can make it fun and cheery or elegant and feminine if you add an extra color to your fall palette. I get inspired by northern fall foliage on the east coast - so many different shades of red, orange, and bright yellow displayed on the turning leaves. Here are three colorful fall palettes to inspire your seasonal decor.


If your current decor includes a color that isn't traditional for fall, like turquoise, you can still use traditional pumpkins in your fall decor. As you can see above, turquoise and orange compliment each other very well. The trick to making this fall color combination work is to find one statement piece, like the wall art above, which incorporates both main colors. Then simply intersperse the colors throughout your decor. Add in yellow and salmon for a whimsical fall look.

Pictured Above: 1. Autumn tree wall art   2. Energizer flameless led pillar candle   3. MYdrap turquoise table linen   4. Fiesta colored dinnerware   5. PiP Studio table linen   6. Home decor   7. Fall Is the Season Canvas Art Pr   8. Capri Blue owl vase   9. fall-decor-ideas-in-non-traditional-colors-7 




Aubergine is a top color in the fashion world this fall, but I also love it for home decor. It lends itself to such a rich and elegant autumn color scheme, especially when paired with burgundy. Pair it with neutrals like cream and brown, and add apple green if you want a bright punch of color in the mix.

Pictured Above: 1. Autumn candle   2. Purple Fall Palm Lily Bouquet   3. Traditional home decor   4. Fall home decor   5. Pier 1 Imports Artificial Red Apples   6. Framed wall art   7. Fall home decor   8. Pottery Barn cranberry vase filler 

  


Shades of brown are my favorite when it comes to a fall color scheme, because I love to include natural and rustic elements into my design. To brighten up a neutral brown look; add in mustard yellow with candles, sunflowers or mums, and dried corn. I love the fall centerpiece above made with a large clear candle holder with dried yellow corn. Make one large one for an entryway table, or line up three smaller ones in the center of your fall table.

Pictured Above: 1. One Hundred 80 Degrees brown candle   2. Autumn home decor   3. Spode Woodland Turkey Dinnerware  4. Metal home decor   5. What's Hot Hedgehog Accessories   6. 42 Easy Fall Decorating Projects   7. Fall home decor   8. Yellow Sunflower Basket 13'' at Joann.com  


Which one of these color combinations would you pick, and what is your typical color scheme for Fall? Let me know in the comments below!

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  1. I'd probably be more inclined to go for earthtones.

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  2. Yellow is my favorite color, but in this case, I'd probably go with orange and turquoise.

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    1. I do like the blues with the pumpkins too. It's a great update on the traditional orange for fall!

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