Fall is officially here! September 21st was the kickoff of cozy sweaters, boot socks, s’mores, apple cider, and leaf-laden walkways. I have officially rearranged my closet for this special event, my favorite season. The boot bin is out and accessible, all of my sweaters and cardigans have come out from hiding. I even sorted through my spring/summer clothes and cleared out the items that I hadn’t worn in a while to make more room for my fall pieces!
As I have been perusing the internet as well as little boutiques around the St. Louis area, I have spotted a few color trends. There are several colors that are trending big-time at the moment, we touched on army green a few posts back, but for this color post, I am featuring navy.
Navy is a neutral, but one that I think gets overlooked way too often. Yes, our jeans are navy, but what about incorporating this rich earth tone into other parts of our wardrobe besides our pants? This saturated hue can be paired with other deep colors like burgundy and mustard yellow for a rich contrast of gem-tones or with ivory and pink for lighter look year-round. I won’t go so far as to say that navy is the new black, but you should try it out and see for yourself what a versatile color navy really is.
A navy dress is an easy way to wear this color trend. The color matching in this dress is already done for you in the paisley print in navy and burgandy. This dress is available in select Glik’s stores, but you can find other navy dresses on our website such as the Everly Shift Dress, Everly Polka Dot Dress, Lost April by Naked Zebra Maxi Dress, and Coco Love Bow Back Dress.
Palazzo pants are the next big thing in the fashion world and we are loving this Aztec printed pair! Don’t be intimidated by the new style. You can wear these pants with a simple tee shirt or chiffon blouse in nearly any color. We chose to pair them with a simple navy top to pick up on the navy color trend.
Navy and pink is a sweet and effortless color combination. From blush pink to neon pink, the color will always go with navy. This color combination has been seen all over the runway – so join in on the trend!