Pinterest Picks: Color Trend – Pops of Coral for Fall

Coral is mostly commonly lumped into the “Summer colors” category, but I’m loving little pops of it for Fall. It’s a great way to add a bit of brightness to a season that can often feel a little bit dim. You can find more coral & orangey picks of mine in the Pinterest board I dedicated to the color. And of course all my boards can be explored right here. Have a fabulous Tuesday friends! xo Ez

1. Sapatilha FlatsSanta Lolla – (via Natasha) | 2. Folding Chair MakeoverDesign for Mankind (via Amanda) | 3. The Wigwam Cabins Logo Design by Jennifer Lucey-Brzoza / More at Oat Creative (via Stacey) | 4. Alpaca Wrap CardiganBoden (via Audrey)

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  1. Laur / / Reply

    Coral is one of those colors that works for almost any season, yet for some silly reason I tend to forget about it for anything other than my lipstick. Thank you for reminding me of how much I love it and need to work it into my life a bit more .

  2. Lisa / / Reply

    Wow, that cardigan is gorgeous. Love the deep rich coral you have highlighted here!

  3. ohbygolly / / Reply

    Your sense of fashion/color/textures are fantastic. I love following you here and on Pinterest. Thanks for all the inspiration.

  4. Melissa / / Reply

    love it so much….it certainly warms up thoughts of chilly weather, no? Sigh. Love these picks hun!
    xo
    Melis

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