6 Ways to Wear Burnt Orange Without Looking Like a Pumpkin
'Tis the season for haunted houses, Halloween costumes and jack o' lanterns galore!
We're all about embracing seasonal tones like warm yellows, olive greens, and sumptuous shades of burnt orange. The only challenge? Pulling off gingery hues without looking like a pumpkin. Ahead, we've pulled together six stylish ways to wear pumpkin spice all season long without looking like you belong in a pie.
A Pumpkin Spice Slip Dress
A silky slip dress is the perfect transitional piece for fall. When it's warm, wear as is, and as it gets cooler, layer a light turtleneck underneath. We can't help ourselves with this yummy pumpkin spice color.
Floaty, Flowing Midi Skirt
Looking to make a bold move this fall? Why not update your classic floaty midi skirt with a jolt of burnt orange!
Autumn Orange Two Piece
Take the orange skirt look to a new level with an orange two-piece. They can be worn separately or together and still look chic.
A Boho Maxi Dress
Burnt orange is such a flattering shade, and looks lovely when worn in maxi dress form.
A Cozy Ginger Sweater
We're all about the cozy sweaters for fall, and instead of a neutral cream or gray, we're opting for a cheery ginger version.
A Faux Fur Bomber
Feeling super glam? Up your extra factor in a faux fur bomber that will make you look like a fox.
Looking to get through fall in style? HERE are a few pieces you need.