With fall here, it’s the season for warmer hues: Orange, burgundy, chocolate brown, deep olive, warm taupe etc… and we’re pleased to bring you this exciting staple, the orange suit, to help you truly embrace the fall aesthetic!
Orange has a reputation for being bold so this fall, wear it and make a bold statement wherever you go. Yes, I know fall is pumpkin season and you may shy away from orange, fearing you’ll look like a walking pumpkin, but, trust me, you are missing out! Orange especially burnt orange has the aroma of fall and the orange suit while it may seem hard to pull off, is actually easier than you think.
’70s-Inspired Orange Suit for Fall
Dressing up is about telling a story. Be detailed, precise and make sure you tell a story.
For this look, I decided to pair the orange suit, a ’70s-inspired design in a unique clementine color with white for a subtle yet confident look. Needless to say, no one can pull off the saturated hue quite like Mammypi.
The bright orange suit features a classic single-button blazer and flared high-waisted pants. I styled the look with a simple white bodysuit, keeping the outfit streamlined, simple and classy. Tempering the orange suit with white enables for an eye-catching look that’s not overpowering.
How to Style this Season’s Hottest Trend
Now on to the accessories, again, I went for the citrus look with a sexy pair of gold 6-inch platform croc sandals, clutching a maroon Tory Burch bag with its signature embossed logo.
To complete the look, I wore my natural mane down in my signature tousled curls, adding a pair of drop gold earrings with a coordinating single-strand gold necklace and rings.
My makeup’s kept simple and subtle, my usual glam choice no matter the time of the day or occasion.
Now tell us, how are you rocking orange this season in the comment section below?
What I am Wearing:
Silver Leather Double Platform High Block Heel Square Toe Ankle Strap here. You can get a dupe version here! ’70s inspired suit here, Tory Burch Women’s brown wallet leather quilted design here and gold jewellery here.