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If you’ve fallen head over heels for scarlet this season, it’s time to up the visual temperature of your apartment. Fashion week witnessed the rise of ravishing reds both on and off the runways, manifesting in the form of sequined pants, shimmering
pleated skirts and plush crimson velvet.
Daring Dark Brown
Chocolate brown is a mesmerizing, moody hue that lends instant interest to any outfit—or any room. The color reigned on the runways in the form of ankle-grazing coats with accents like suede boots—be on the lookout for interior design to take
note of these color cues.
Mad for Metallics
As any street style star will attest, nothing screams glamour quite like the flash of gold on a menswear-style watch or the glimmer of a silver buckle on a belt—the same rules of pop apply to your home.
Pop of Plaid
Autumn has always been synonymous with distinctive plaid duds, and the pattern easily translates into cozy, decorative accents that are ideal for cold-weather hibernation. Flared plaid pants and stylish plaid shirts, both hallmarks of the ’70s,
appeared on the catwalks and on the streets this fall, informing fashionistas everywhere that the trend is back in a big way.
Decadent Dark Florals
If your closet is overflowing with lush, romantic floral maxi skirts and printed blouses, you might want to lean into faux flowers throughout your home for another fashionable fix that you can enjoy day after day. This trend came alive at fashion
week in the form of sheer floral blouses, floor-grazing gowns, wide-legged floral-printed pants and wonderful printed silk robes.