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Camel Is Fall’s Hero Neutral: Here’s How We’re Styling It All Season

by Kate Marin

Forget the head-to-toe black dressing you fall back on every time the weather cools down. This autumn, the neutral ruling our fashion world is camel, and we’re pulling out all the stops when it comes to styling this endlessly versatile earth-tone.

From boots and bags to classically tailored outerwear and knitwear, we’re reaching for camel pieces of all shapes and sizes and diving deep into this editor-approved trend. To celebrate the highly-anticipated launch of shoppremiumoutlets.com — a brand new way to shop designer pieces online at outlet prices where you can find endless camel options for fall — we’re unveiling three easy ways to work the hue into your wardrobe, along with the styling tricks you need to bring each look to life.

A fall-approved take on the black leather biker jacket, this camel alternative feels lighter on the eye and mixes flawlessly with an array of seasonal neutrals. Paired with a full, wide-leg trouser and matching leather sandals, this outerwear staple adds a subtle edge to any fall look.

One of the most necessary layering pieces for fall, a good turtleneck, can prove endlessly versatile with a few simple styling tricks. Layer one beneath your favorite summer jumpsuit, throw an oversized style atop a slip dress, or, better yet, pair a lightweight camel-toned variety with a menswear-inspired suit and structured belt bag. Now we’re in business.

Tailored and sophisticated, the classic camel coat is a timeless wardrobe staple that can be reinvented alongside more trend-focused pieces season after season. Our favorite way to wear it this fall — atop a ribbed caramel turtleneck and vintage-wash jeans — emulates the laid-back glamour of early ’90s minimalism.

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Photography: Tawni Bannister; Hair: Yoichi Tomizawa; Makeup: Tara Pagliara; Wardrobe Styling: Seppe Tirabassi; Art Direction: Diana Weisman/BDG; Branded Fashion Leads: Jenna Wexler/BDG, Kate Marin/BDG; Production: Kat Fry/BDG