Here are the basics of the Deep Autumn season
Temperature: Warm, predominantly
Sister Season: Deep Winter
Best colors: Chocolate Brown, Tomato Red, Emerald Green, Rust, Burnt Orange, Avocado
Worst Colors: Dusty Blues, pinks, and lavenders; any light or pale colors
The Deep Autumn needs to wear the deepest and most vivid colors of the autumn palette. Rich, deep earth tones compose your palette.
For maximum effect, pair dark colors with some of the brighter colors for contrast. Steer clear of soft pastels and light earth tones, which are not strong enough for your coloring and will wash you out.
The Deep Autumn has the value and contrast similar to a Winter but needs the warmth and muted qualities of an Autumn.
If you haven't noticed yet, many images I use on this site are marked "ColorBreeze Art". This is part of my new artwork and visuals I have created with the help of AI, among other digital photo software. I will be slowly adding more images over time. Here are some for this season. Please share on Pinterest if you like them!
Stay tuned for more examples...
See more on my Pinterest page for the Deep Autumn.
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