Rust Me Not… This Season’s It Color

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again.. the “it” color of the season is RUST. The rust color is anywhere and everywhere… featured on the runways, trending in Target, and is known as terracotta, burnt orange + copper, but it’s all the rage for fall 2020 and I’m pretty happy about it.

Rust Color by popular Nashville fashion blog, Hello Happiness: image of Natasha Stoneking standing on her white brick steps and wearing a Free People Free People Fiona Embroidered Mini Dress, Quay Big Love sunglasses, Julie Vos Barcelona Statement Ring, and holding a Gucci bag.

Fiona Embroidered Mini Dress [on MAJOR sale for $59 in three colors/wearing XS] | Big Love Sunnies | Gucci Marmont Medium Bag | Platform Sandals/Sold Out [similar here and here] | Barcelona Statement Ring

This 70s inspired hue takes on a whole new meaning in terms of autumn and winter wear and is bigger and bolder than ever before! Love it? Hate it? Caught somewhere in the middle? This orange-hinted hue just exudes luxury and much cooler temps… it’s a happy and warm color and every palette can be mixed and matched with so many other neutrals, including chocolate brown, navy, olive green and of course classic black.

Rust Color by popular Nashville fashion blog, Hello Happiness: image of Natasha Stoneking standing on her white brick steps and wearing a Free People Free People Fiona Embroidered Mini Dress, Quay Big Love sunglasses, Julie Vos Barcelona Statement Ring, and holding a Gucci bag.

Rust Color by popular Nashville fashion blog, Hello Happiness: image of Natasha Stoneking standing on her white brick steps and wearing a Free People Free People Fiona Embroidered Mini Dress, Quay Big Love sunglasses, Julie Vos Barcelona Statement Ring, and holding a Gucci bag.

Rust Color by popular Nashville fashion blog, Hello Happiness: image of Natasha Stoneking standing on her white brick steps and wearing a Free People Free People Fiona Embroidered Mini Dress, Quay Big Love sunglasses, Julie Vos Barcelona Statement Ring, and holding a Gucci bag.

You’ll find the color to be rich when shown in velvet and suede and comfy cozy when in knit… from couture to your closet, it’s a tone to take note of right now! Check out these finds to incorporate this must-have tone into your wardrobe ASAP:

Rust Color Fashion

Rust Color by popular Nashville fashion blog, Hello Happiness: collage image of rust colored bags, shoes, belts, jackets, sweaters, rompers, pants, and dresses.

 


 

Rust Color by popular Nashville fashion blog, Hello Happiness: image of Natasha Stoneking standing on her white brick steps and wearing a Free People Free People Fiona Embroidered Mini Dress, Quay Big Love sunglasses, Julie Vos Barcelona Statement Ring, and holding a Gucci bag.

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Which of these rust color items would you wear this fall?  Let me know in a comment below!

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