Dopamine dressing is here to stay—these are the bold colors to shop now for fall
The highly-saturated hues that took over this summer aren’t going away any time soon. The dopamine dressing trend will continue into the next season, which means you can get even more mileage out of your favorite mood-boosting styles. We’re sharing the bold colors to invest in now that’ll seamlessly transition into your fall wardrobe.
High-impact hues were on the runway at Hermès, Versace, Prada, and more—proving that when it comes to the fall fashion color trends for 2022, it’s all about the fall and winter brights. From zesty orange and bold red to bright pink and green—these colors will have you kicking off the new season on a strong and stylish note.
Get a head start on the trend and add styles in feel-good shades to your cart that’ll carry you from this season into the next.
Bright pink is having a major moment right now, and the color’s popularity is only gaining momentum. If you haven’t snapped up styles in the shade yet, now’s the time. It’ll instantly perk up your outfits.
Fashion-forward and fun, limeade is a punchy color that’ll instantly create standout looks. Pairing it with blue denim will create a nice contrast and let the saturated shade really pop.
An intense, pure green is a powerful shade that’ll bring a fresh feel to your outfits. Whether you decide to work it into your wardrobe with apparel or accessories—it’ll make an impact.
Orange is in! You’ll make an instant impression in this color. It’s bold, it’s playful, and it’s sure to make you smile. Don’t want to go for a full citrus look? Orange accessories will liven up everything from jeans to cargo pants.
Last but certainly not least is bold red, and it needs to be on your radar, stat. If you’re not ready to rock red head-to-toe we love it paired with neutral browns and tans. It’s a more subtle approach that always makes for an ultra-chic look.
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