By Rachel Hinch
Photography by Sean Scheidt

Styling assistance by Karmen Osei. Photo assistance by Jacqueline Foss. Hair & Makeup by Susan Heydt for Smashbox. Model: Liushan Guo.

Style & Shopping

Color Theory

We're coloring outside the lines with our favorite fall styles in offbeat hues.

Mesmerizing maroons and deep browns are pillars of autumnal wardrobes. But this year’s color forecast falls away from perennial habits. We’re coloring outside the lines with our favorite fall styles in offbeat hues—away with the dull and in with the bold!

Tangerine Sunset

Emotional Essence jacket ($460) at Ruth Shaw. Emotional Essence skirt ($330) at Ruth Shaw. Alexander Wang Nova bootie ($550) at Ruth Shaw. Free People Your Eyes cami ($58) at Brightside Boutique. T2 necklace ($36) at Sassanova.

Pistachio Groove

Paloma Wool Son woven top ($98) at Hunting Ground. Paloma Wool Querido pant ($148) at Hunting Ground. Schutz Cendi pump ($155) at Raina Dawn. Mercury Rising denim jacket ($98) at Raina Dawn. Laguna large adjustable bracelet ($60) at Sassanova. Chloe small bracelet ($50) at Sassanova. Taner Bar bracelet ($50) at Sassanova. Laguna adjustable bracelet ($50) at Sassanova. Tide necklace ($48) at Poppy and Stella. June necklace ($46) at Poppy and Stella.

Fuchsia Bright

Minkpink New City knit sweater ($69) at South Moon Under. Free People Normani bias skirt ($78) at Brightside Boutique. Moonstone slab necklace ($42) at Poppy and Stella. Dolce Vita Kendel bootie ($198) at Poppy and Stella.

Crimson Stride

Just Female cherry maxi dress ($138) at Hunting Ground. Vintage belt ($28) at Hunting Ground. Ulla Johnson Jerri boot ($425) at Ruth Shaw.

Cerulean Haze

Pescario light blue classic top ($580) at Ruth Shaw. Paloma Wool Junio pant ($108) at Hunting Ground. Jefferey Campbell Zella sandal ($100) at Poppy and Stella. Blue clutch ($148) at A Style Studio.

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