Fall street style

*head to toe on Laura: Wilfred toque, Old Navy plaid coat (similar here), Forever 21 tank, Talula bralette, Citizens of Humanity jeans (similar here), Zara boots (similar here), Noul bar necklace, Lost & Food pendant necklace.

Like I said in a previous post, I vetoed this colour a long time ago…but lately I’ve been wearing my red-hued jacket with EVERYTHING. It feels like the black go-to I never had. And it seems I’m not the only one stepping out in it as I’ve street scouted a lot of people wearing it in all different shades this season – anywhere from burnt red and burgundy to cherry and crimson. The hue is making a fashion impact among the street style set (like my girl, Laura Mitchell pictured below).

Here are 5 of my favourite ways to rock the hue:

Statement piece: By keeping your outfit simple (think white tee and denim), you can incorporate a pop of red through a jacket or ankle boot. Feeling adventurous? Try a red dress.

Subtle pop: Incorporate a subtle pop of red in the trim of a sweater…or a print (think plaid) for a statement that doesn’t speak too loudly.

With khaki: The two hues look great together. The red adds visual interest while the khaki grounds the outfit.

With pink: I’ve forever been obsessed with this bold combo. In fact, when I hated red, this was the only way I liked it. It just looks so good. Case in point on blogger, Happily Grey.

Through your accessory game: Not ready to commit to the trend? Add a red accessory to incorporate the colour without having to fully commit. You can make up your mind later 🙂

Shop reds here //

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Sabrina Fenster

Sabrina is the founder of Vancouver-based street fashion and personal style blog, StreetScoutMe. She believes the best fashion show is on the streets and will always be the most relevant way to discover trends.

Get in touch: sabrina@streetscout.me