Burnt Orange Is Fall's Biggest "It" Color & Here's How You Can Embrace The Pumpkin-Hued Trend

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Pantone may have named "Greenery" the color of 2017, but there's definitely one color that's taking over the fashion scene. Seen on the runways and streets, fall's biggest color is burnt orange. If spring and summer were taken over by millennial pink, fall is about to get an appropriate seasonal makeover.

Just this past men's fashion week in New York, London, and Milan, the one color so many designers sent down the runway was rust orange, whether it be in a coat, pants, hats, sneakers, and yes, even furry pants.

Brands like Givenchy, Dior Homme, J.W. Anderson, Prada, Moschino, and more all showed elements of this bright, playful color with deeper, browner undertones. Makes sense — since fall brings along all sorts of orange-colored items. Pumpkins and fall foliage are just two of the many orange things to enjoy in the autumn season.

And it's not just in high fashion, either. All over the streets of New York City and on Instagram feeds everywhere, this beautiful color has been popping up everywhere, and it won't be much of a surprise once you see it filtrating through beauty, too. From purses to caps to dresses to nails and lipsticks, burnt orange is the new black. And millennial pink. You heard it here first.

Recently, Yael Stone was photographed wearing the chicest burnt orange pants paired with a black crop top.

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Paired with a blush pink purse that's monogrammed, this look is perfection.

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Then, there's the gorgeous Jennifer Morrison in this belted beauty at the New York Premiere of Ingrid Goes West.

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Jada Pinkett Smith and Regina Hall are out here slaying in this color.

You can catch this gorgeous hue on the runway, too.

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At Dorothee Schumacher's Mercedes Benz Fashion Week show in Berlin, she sent this stunning dress down the runway. And though it's for her spring/summer 2018 collection, why not get ahead of the trend?

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Little burnt orange accents were found at the Steinrohner show, too.

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And, Valentino's Paris Fashion Week show for fall/winter 2017, this color made an appearance, too.

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And at Antonia Goy Defile's spring/summer 2018 show in Berlin, it made its way into accessories.

If you want to get ahead of the trend, shop these pieces, below.

1. Open Back

ASOS

T-Shirt with Split Back and Long Sleeve, $11, ASOS

Love an open back.

2. Maxi Dress

Revolve

In Your Eyes Maxi Dress, $90, Revolve

Add a leather jacket, and you've got a killer fall look.

3. Popover Tank

Avenue

Swirl Popover Tank, $31, Avenue

Love this galaxy-looking top.

4. Wrap Dress

Eloquii

Ruffle Overlay Wrap Dress, $120, Eloquii

A wrap dress never fails.

5. Knit Sweater

Shoptiques

Rust Knit Sweater, $50, Shoptiques

A knit sweater is perfect for fall.

6. Simple Tank

Ultimate Tank, $9, ASOS Curve

So simple, but so good.

7. Lace-Up Sweatshirt

Gilded Intent Lace-Up Sweatshirt, $60, Buckle

Lace ups are also trending right now.

8. Cropped Pants

Yoox

Marni Casual Pants, $284, Yoox

A practical pant never fails.

9. Off The Shoulder Midi Dress

Torrid

Torrid Insider Lace Off Shoulder Midi Dress, $66, Torrid

The perfect fall look.

10. Vest Coat

ASOS

Lovers + Friends Relaxed Vest, $124, ASOS

A vest is the perfect transitional piece into fall.

Are you convinced yet? Better get your hands on some burnt orange, cause before you know it, it'll be everywhere.