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Mustard Outfits For Fall

When fall comes around, I'm all about brick red, burnt orange and mustard yellows. These colors go best with neutral shades like black, white and denim. In this post, I put together a collection of mustard themed outfits so that you can get inspiration on how to style mustard this fall.
If you're bored of pairing your sweaters with jeans, go for a pair of overalls. I like overalls with some rips and distressing for added details.
A yellow jacket is always a statement. Try to go for something neutral or basic underneath. I paired my cardigan with a crop top with a criss cross waist. You can also use a graphic tee and tie the waist in a knot. 
Mustard stripes are so cute and I can't get enough of them. I paired this stripe shirt with a mustard button skirt for a monochromatic look and balanced out the colors with a cream cardigan.
Another way to style a mustard skirt is with black or white. I used a graphic ringer tee because I'm all about the details.
Black overalls also go great with yellow. You can layer it with denim to add more color to the look.
In this version, I used a yellow flannel to add a pop of color to the look. I kept everything else simple with black and white so that the flannel stands out.
This combination is pretty fun because it involves mustard yellow and maroon. If you are a fan of Lara Jean or Betty Cooper's style, this outfit is for you.
This is a really monochromatic yellow look with a mustard stripe shirt and cardigan.
In this look, I made the cardigan pop by layering it with neutrals. I have a stripe crop top and black jeans underneath and a khaki anorak over the cardigan. The cardigan peeks out in between, giving a pop of color to the outfit.
Lastly, we have another black and mustard outfit. I balanced it out with a cream cardigan because we all need to layer up to stay warm in fall.

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