The Edit | Crushing On Mustard For Fall

Are you color crushing on mustard this fall like us? Read this full roundup of mustard colored pieces for fall and shop them directly!

I’m so in love with fall’s natural color palette. When I think of fall, I think of deep burgundy, olive green, navy, and this beautiful hue of mustard. It’s a color that I’ve warmed up to a lot and am trying to incorporate more and more into my wardrobe. 

Did you all enjoy last week’s Fall Fashion Finds Under $50? I’m excited to be back sharing with you a shopping post, called “The Edit,” every week again. And say hello to the new layout! You like? I’ve been struggling to hone into what was fitting my brand aesthetic, as previously I was making all of the layouts myself, but I recently found a layout bundle from White Oak Creative that made perfect sense. I met Lindsay while at The Blog Society Conference this past summer and she was such an inspiration! Definitely check out her gorgeous site and shop.

Anyway, I realized recently that the only piece of clothing in this mustard hue that I owned was the sweater I wore in this post. I really need to break that out again! Needless to say I also am dying to add more pieces to my minimal mustard collection. I like pairing this color with cognacs, gold, light grays, and even turquoise.


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1. Sleeveless Turtleneck Sweater 2. Fringe Sandals 3. Swing Blouse 4. Round Sunglasses 5. Suede Moto Jacket 6. Silk Blouse 7. Fjäll Räven Backpack 8. Jeweled Ribbon Necklace 9. D’orsay Flats 10. Pleated Mini Skirt

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  1. I’m not a huge mustard fan BUT these items are actually pretty cute! That top, shoes, and jacket are perfection!

    Published September 26, 2016Reply
    • Taylor said:

      I wasn’t until this season! Thanks for stopping by!

      Xx

      Published September 26, 2016Reply
  2. Love all the yellow. Great picks.
    xoxo, Rachel
    http://www.rachelvogttrends.com

    Published September 27, 2016Reply
    • Taylor said:

      Thanks Rachel!

      Published September 27, 2016Reply