Top 3 Fall 2012 Fashion Color Trends

The time is now: Fall fashion is in full force as the leaves are changing colors, Starbucks is selling their famous pumpkin spice lattes and blazers are omnipresent on every fashionista’s back.

According to meteorologists in North America,
fall is defined as the transition from summer into winter. However, according to sartorial meteorologists such as the designers from New York, London, Milan and Paris fashion weeks, fall is defined as a fashion temperate season filled with excuses to wear that knitted scarf, dark wash jeans, thigh high boots and button down henley that have been beckoning you to try them on all summer. Predicting what trends that we were destined to wear since February 2012, these designers have presented the looks the will up the style stakes.
Forecast: Statement hues with 100%  chance of  elegance.

1. Black and Blue
There has always been three fashion faux paus to avoid: gold and silver, black and brown, and navy and black. However, this fall season proved that it takes a flawless execution of a color combination to have a wondrous interpretation of a trend. Therefore, flawless execution was presented with the black and blue trend that was seen on show stopping runways such as Ohne Titel, Preen and Donna Karan New York for an unforgettable fashion moment.

Look beautiful in burgundy this fall as the color demands a standing ovation. Perfect to dress up an outfit from  casual to chic, a burgundy hue will lend a sophisticated air to any ensemble. Burgundy is a hot ticket trend for fall and was seen on influential runways such as Jason Wu, Peter Som  and Diane von Furstenberg.

3. Winter White
It may no be winter but that is no excuse not to wear winter white. The fall runways - imagine 3.1 Phillip Lim, Derek Lam and Cushnie et Ochs - displayed an abundance of winter white on the runway and could look stunning if infused into your fabric selections and accessories. Achieve an exceptional look when you wear this color to standout in a crowded room..

Images Courtesy of Marie Claire