Oxblood, You Vampy Vixen
Spring and Summer's staple mint color has transformed to a beautiful oxblood for Fall and Winter.
Now, be ye not deceived...
Oxblood is really just a re-envisioned term for "maroon" and "burgundy". So, don't be up in arms running to acquire all things oxblood. Chances are you have a couple pieces in your closet waiting for their time to shine. Its their time. Bring them out!
Oxblood is a deep and rich shade that looks beautiful and lush in every single texture. I've always loved how it pairs so well with neutral shades like nude, gray, and olive green and juxtapositions awesomely with blacks, browns, navys, and whites. I like think of it as red's vampy, rebellious, and seductively sexy older cousin.
Here are a few looks that play along with the Oxblood trend.
How do you feel about Fall's obsession with Oxblood this year? Do you think the shade is here to stay?