This is the color everyone is going to be wearing this fall
In The Know Commerce Editor
Tomato girl summer might be over, but fall 2023 is still all about red. We’re seeing the bright, bold color on high-fashion runways in the form of clothing, shoes, jewelry and more. If you’re not used to wearing red, it can feel a little bit intimidating, but the good news? It doesn’t have to!
Toss this bright red faux leather blazer over jeans, a long dress or any other look for a true main character moment. With a long, oversized fit, it’ll work as a part of your all-day outfit or as an extra layer for the outdoors. The material is incredibly soft and high-quality — honestly, we can’t even tell it’s not the real thing.
Just like red, cowboy boots are everywhere this fall. Combine the two trends with this cute, pointy-toed pair. Intricate embroidery and pull tabs at top add to the Western-inspired aesthetic, while 2.75-inch block heels give some height without making it hard to walk.
We love how this classy dress combines a sophisticated silhouette with a bold shade of red. The sheath cut is minimal and sleek, with soft draping at the top created by shirring at one shoulder and a subtle mock neck. Cap sleeves will flatter almost any body type.
Another option for incorporating red: Forget styling around the shade and find a bright bag that you love enough to use with any fit. This cool tote has a modern aesthetic that seems like something you’d find at a tiny designer boutique. It’s big enough for all your gear, with double handles and heavy-duty stitching.
Bring bright red into the office with these flattering wide-leg trousers. Pair them with a crisp white button-down and a pair of heels for a look that’s totally professional and way more fun than what anyone else is wearing. The pants are made of a thick and stretchy textured crepe fabric that minimizes lumps and bumps and is great for cooler weather.
Cute and a little bit quirky, these resin earrings give a bold jolt of color. Add them to a basic or neutral outfit to instantly upgrade your look. This sort of statement jewelry is an easy, affordable way to wear red without making a major commitment.
If you’re 100% sold on red, snag this plush sweater skirt and pair it with the coordinating mockneck sweater for a trendy monochrome style. Both are made of a brushed cotton blend that’s so soft, you’ll swear it’s cashmere. The ribbed midi pulls on with a comfy elastic waist, and its slim fit balances out the relaxed sweater perfectly.
If starting with just a hint of red is more your vibe, try a fun accessory like these cute pumps. Kitten heels balance out patent vegan leather for a vibe that’s just the right mix of sultry and demure. The padded, ultra-soft insoles will keep your feet feeling amazing.
This dreamy puffer will legit make you feel like you’re wrapped up inside a cloud. It has an oversized, slouchy fit that works just as well with jeans and sneakers as it does with something more formal. Side pockets, a drawstring hood and buttons down the front make it super functional, too.
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