Get into the Color Tan This Season

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The leaves on the trees are going to start turning brown soon, and with fall weather comes fall colors.

Coordinate with nature and incorporate the many shades of tan into your outfits. Tan is a neutral color that goes with almost anything. Here are some clothing items that will have no problem blending in with the rest of your wardrobe.

Starting off with tops and sweaters. You can’t go wrong with a simple turtle neck, they are both stylish and practical for chilly weather by keeping your neck warm. These tops are all long-sleeved since we are beginning to abandon the short sleeves. However, there are a few cropped and cut-out options for those of you who are not ready to accept the approaching cold. You’ve only got a few months to wear them so, get on it!

Start to dust off your outerwear from last year in preparation for the chilly weather. If you are in need of some new pieces, here are a few options whether you are into parkas, the ‘in-between seasons’ jackets or ready to go full throttle with the wool coats.

If people are still sticking to the ‘no white after labor day’ rule then, tan is a close competitor to satisfy your light-colored bottoms needs. Get in the last couple wears out of your skirts but, make sure to keep warm with tights underneath. Then you can break out the high waisted pants and skinny jeans.

You can easily add a bit of tan to any outfit you are wearing by accessorizing. A hat, scarf or even a simple belt can make an otherwise boring outfit, less boring. These accessories are non committal, you can take them off anytime at your leisure (maybe not your belt). They are also small enough additions to your outfit so you aren’t completely decked out in the color tan.