Wannawear | Chestnut Brown: This Fall’s Color

16. August 2018

chestnut brown outfit

Featured: Victoria Beckham  Belted Blazer (budget option here), The Row Nude Leather Sandals (budget find here),  Jacquemus Slit Skirt, & Other Stories Wool Blend Sweater, Rejina Pyo Olivia Croc-Effect Leather Tote (shop similar style here),  Cult Gaia Eva Bamboo Earrings, By Terry Tea to Tan Face & Body , Christophe Robin Boar Bristle Detangling Hairbrush, and a Jacquemus Le Pitchou Wallet

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May I present you everyone’s future go-to fall outfit, because chestnut brown is undoubtedly next season’s color.


Earlier this summer, I showed you guys already a glimpse of what will be next season’s color combination: chestnut brown and beige, but if you want to take a step further, create a whole tonal palette adding a pop of rust or terracotta.

Florals are to spring as earthy tones are to fall, or at least it has been so since last summer. To that add croc accents and high slit skirts or dresses a la Jacquemus Fall Winter 2018. Yup, natural and organic minimalism is still going strong.

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One response to “Wannawear | Chestnut Brown: This Fall’s Color”

  1. Arabella Wright says:

    Definitely my favourite colour palette at the moment


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