Last year much of the fall and winter colors were muted, grays, browns and earth tones--this fall is about pops of color while still staying in the deeper tones. The great thing about knowing what colors run through different seasons is really, they repeat themselves. You probably already have clothing for fall in these tones. I like what the Pantone Color Institute does in talking about the various color hues for fall and which colors also compliment them. Wear the colors that you love the most and compliment your skin tone.
I personally love the emberglow, phlox, cedar, teal, and coffee. These are colors that I already naturally gravitate towards. I can already think of several items I have from previous fall & winter seasons tucked away until colder weather sets in: A phlox (purple) sweater, deep teal belted cardigan/sweater coat, and lightweight drape neckline tops in emberglow and orchid rush. I am inspired by the discription below to try pairing different colors together and bring a fresh twist to these tops for fall. Already I have spotted scarves in retail stores incorporating multiple colors from this palette, which would be a great way to incorporate color & coordinate with pieces you already own.
Which colors are you most drawn to in this color palette?
FROM THE PANTONE COLOR INSTITUTE