All Autumns have the following characteristics:
Hue = Warm, Value = Deep, Chroma = Soft
Whichever characteristic is most dominant, this will be your exact season.
Power colors include warm brown, warm olive, pumpkin, deep peach, tomato, teal, mustard, gold, warm bronze and other earthy, muted, warm colors that you will see in the height of the Autumn weather in North America.
Dominant Characteristic is DEEP
Power colors include chocolate brown, deep olive, rich pumpkin, deep peach, deep tomato red, deep teal and pine green. Because their contrast level is the highest of the Autumns, they can also get away with wearing colors like hot turquoise, bright orange, and golden yellow when they are mixed with their deeper autumn colors.
Dominant Characteristic is SOFT (or Muted)
Please note that there is really no "Soft Autumn" category anymore, as it was in the 12 season system.
Well, there can be, if that is the only system you want to use. But it was found quite early on that there were several soft autumn categories. In my ColorBreeze System, there are exactly 4 of them!
The original Soft Autumn was split into a lighter and darker soft autumn version. Then each of those were further categorized into a version that seems to be all-warm and one that is a mixed temperature of warm that flows into a cool season (such as summer and winter).
So each one of those sub-seasons have their own power colors. You can read more about each of these seasons by clicking on the specific link:
Soft Autumn Lights:
Soft Autumn Deeps: