These Are The Top Colors To Wear This Winter

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Why is it that when the temperature drops, everyone everywhere starts exclusively wearing dark colors? While we’re not suggesting you don head-to-toe neons, injecting your winter wardrobe with some vibrant shades will add a little spring to your step and to that of those around you. Brighten up with one of these three hit hues seen on fall runways and street-style stars aplenty. From blouses to coats, shop our favorite renditions here.

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Rust Brown

Somewhere between brown and orange, rust is equal parts elegant and cool. It's dark enough to be easy on the eyes, yet adequately bright to make a statement. It's best when rendered in fluid silhouettes. Pair with a punchier hue in the same family for a head-turning effect.

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Tibi

Delany Washed-Satin Wide-Leg Pants

$375

Elizabeth and James

Silk Crepe de Chine Blouse

$625

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Mustard Yellow

A cloudy take on the traditionally in-your-face color, mustard yellow is winter's answer to summer's sunny shades. Try a chunky knit with dark denim or a tiered dress and ankle boots.

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Chloe

Jacquard Crewneck Pullover

$650

3.1 Phillip Lim

Frilled Shiny Dress

$50

Zara

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Forest Green

A rich alternative to the obvious festive red, a robust green shade reads timeless sophistication. Trade your black coat for a pine-colored version or tuck a romantic top into gray slacks.

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Gucci

Green Suede Trench Coat

$305

Miss Selfridge

Star Print Ruffle Plisse Blouse

$68

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