The Warm Autumn


Main things to know about the Warm Autumn

Temperature: Warm
Value: Medium-to-Deep
Chroma: Muted

Sister Season: Warm Spring

Sample best colors: Brown (most shades), Pumpkin Orange, Mustard, Warm Olive, Tomato

Worst Colors: Fuchsia, Hot Pink, Cool Grey, cool pastels

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Warm Autumns look best in the classic colors one sees in autumn: fallen leaves of brown, yellow, and red; spicey nutmeg and pumpkin orange.

As long as the colors are rich and warm, they will harmonize wonderfully with a warm autumn’s golden undertones.

Keep the colors in the medium range--not too deep and not too light.

They are not blended with a cool season, but instead can blend into the Warm Spring season, so they can share some of the warmest colors of Spring in their palette. However, use them as accents for the best effect.

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