Autumn colors!



Hey guys and welcome to another post!
As you all know, Autumn is upon us and like everybody else- I am obsessed with it! From the food, to music, activities to colors and clothes there isn't a thing which I dislike about autumn. Thus, I decided to collect a few photos from around the web to show you guys this year's colors for autumn!


If you didn't hear about Pantone, Pantone is a corporation who specifies in color coordination. They also choose Pantone Colors of the Year, made into a schematic and later used by experts in many fields- fashion, makeup, wedding organisations, interior design, gardening etc. So, by googling Pantone Fall colors 2017, you get this schematic:

Well, not exactly this schematic. This scheme is property of Sarah Renae Clark, illustrator and designer from Australia (check her out!) But, those colors are the Pantone Colors of the season! Any fashionista, creative executive, designer and anybody who does anything color related, who cares for their work/image will consult with this scheme throughout the year.

A simple question arises:

How can I implement those colors in my style and/or my environment even if I am not an executive CEO designer?

Well, it's pretty simple:
  1. You can pick out one small detail: a scarf, a sweater, shoes (outfit), a lipstick or an eyeshadow pallete (makeup) or a small throw, lamp, throw pillows or curtains (environment) to add a burst of Pantone color to your style this season.



  2. Or. you can go full on board and get a lot of stuff with the shades from this year's picks or bold statement pieces and show your Pantone pride!








As I am sure you noticed, I am loving this burnt orange shade (Autumn Maple!) and I am going for the more economic, budget-friendly option- small details to complement my overall look!

I almost forgot to mention, don't forget to check out Urban Decay's new Naked palette- Naked Heat! It's a bit pricier, I know, but it's on my wishlist ever since I saw that swatch photo and I am dying to get my hands on it! It's the perfect combo of dark burgundy-orangy colours- perfect for this season!



How did you like this post? I'm really digging these "more, autumn-vibed photos" in my posts! If you have any tips, or if you have advice on how to use color schemes of Pantone in this season, be sure to comment down bellow or to hit me up on my Twitter (check out the link in my contacts page!)
Lots of love,
Omega

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