A fall color palette typically consists of darker colors like burnt orange, deep burgundy, and chocolate brown. But this season there’s a lighter hue making waves in the fashion world: Off-white. We saw layers of off-white shades worn together all over the Fall ’19 runways, and now it’s all over the streets as well.

It looks chic paired with colors in the same family, like beige and khaki, for a cool monochrome look. Mixing different textures is also a good idea when styling an off-white piece, as the combination of shades of beige is guaranteed to complement each other. You can add a pop of color with your accessories or jewelry, but keeping those on the more classic side tends to look a bit more elevated.

Top: Camila Coelho Collection Bexley Sweater via Revolve | Skirt: Zimmermann | Bag: Dior Saddle Bag | Earrings: Lili Claspe

Photo: Anouk Yve

Sweater: Essentiel Antwerp | Pants: Vintage | Shoes: Celine

The best part about this color trend is that it always looks expensive—regardless of the actual price tag. It’s one of those rich colors that always looks luxe, and elevates the rest of your outfit instantly. You can take it up another notch by adding gold jewelry, or accessories in rich textures like leather and croc. It’s a trend that once you try it, you won’t be able to stop wearing it.

The Must-Have Color for Fall: Off-White

Photo: Débora Rosa

Top: Loewe | Pants: Theory | Jewelry: Cinco

The Must-Have Color for Fall: Off-White

Photo: Funda Christopherson

Top: H&M | Pants: Vintage | Scarf: Burberry | Bag: Little Liffner | Shoes: Bottega Veneta | Sunglasses: Celine


What do you think of the off-white color trend? What would you wear it with?

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