Is camel the new black? This season, it seems like it! We've seen the color on every catwalk, from Michael Kors to Chloe or Stella McCartney, available in knits, high waisted pleated pants, leather shorts and, of course, coats. With a recent return to minimalism, Camel's come back is no surprise. Summer may be over, but this fall color exudes warmth, with its chocolate brown, taupe or mushroom hues. You can wear it with beige, nude, and neutral tones. Now is the time to take out your classic trench coat again!
Fall Color: Camel
Shafira coat, Thrifted nude top, Versace black pants (thrifted), June+Julia flats shoes, Sunglasses (Flea market)
"I'm never bored wearing camel colors! I already have a coat, tee, and tailored pants. Just need a camel kitten heels and camel knit sweater to complete my wardrobe. For a more relaxed feel you should pair camel clothes with denim (shirt, skirt, or jeans)."
- Dress By Zara
- Top By Stradivarius
- Boots By Sacha
- Suitcase bought in a second hand shop
"I really like to wear vintage clothes, and I think the color Camel and the embroided fabric go with it." Marie
Andy looks super chic in her timeless camel coat!
Gerard Darel jacket, Sandro trousers, Gap sweater, Bel Air belt, Tod's shoes, B1 necklace and Balenciaga bag.
"I chosed this outfit because I love classic clothes with a twist. I really enjoy the current collections because they offer a very strict style, with classical shapes and colors, but you can mix them with some odd pieces such as my printed jacket, or my rock belt.
I also believe that classical clothes are funny to wear with a very nonchalant attitude, you can play with them and use the contrast as a piece of your style."
Cropped Top: Vintage
Wool Skirt: Vintage
Velveteen Scarf: Mother's
Olive Hat: Vintage
Bag: Zara Man
"There's something about shades of camel that remind me a little of old films and their sepia tones. I love playing on that. It's classic, elegant ... and kind of poetic?"
Get Melanie's look!
Camel sleeveless see through buttoned shirt at Topshop.com ($36.00)
CHLOÉ Tailored stretch-wool mini skirt on Netaporter.com ($665)
Rag & Bone Finch Shearling Bomber - Ivory/Brown at Barneys.com ($1,875.00)
Get Andrea's look!
Vintage camel coat , pants and a suede blue bag from Zara, Asos dress worn as a top, vintage jumper, mink boots from Asos and vintage hat, scarf from Bijenkorf
"Before the Camel trend I was more into black, grey and dark colors. But when I saw more and more items in different shades of brown I began to like it more. It reminds me a little bit of the 70's and I love that century. The camel trend is really easy to combine, just like black. Almost everything goes with it. I also think it's a trend that will be timeless. And that's what I love about this trend." Joyce
"I have to say that camel is the new black for me, it's easy to combine it with other colors. My closet is almost all camel lately and I love it."
Suede Jacket is Vintage
Black cropped jeans from Monki
Wide-brim hat from Made in Berlin
and Jelly brogues from a vintage store in Prague.
"Camel is such a neutral tone which I find so flexible to style in different ways. In this look, I guess its a bit 'cowboys & rangers'. "
Jumper, short and belt Zara
Nail Polish Raspberry – Barry M
Camel always works with beige!
Zara Cape, Pants, Belt, Sweater, Gianfranco Ferre umbrella and Emporio Armani shoes
Camel looks good, even under the rain!
"I love this trend because it's timeless... you can wear it a thousand different ways and you're always right."
sunglasses: Rayban clubmaster
Vintage Polka Dot Bow Tie Blouse
Vintage High Waist Camel Pants
Charles David Pumps
Vintage Bowler Bag from Blondie Vintage
"I love the Camel trend because it can be interpreted in any way. You can make camel simple chic, romantic, menswear-inspired.. but each look is always fabulous and timeless."
"This camel cape is my favorite garment this season because it's very comfortable, but adds a touch of elegance. Camel really is the new black."
Cape, skirt and scarf from H&M, belt from Zara.
"I am wearing lots of layers which is my specialty when it comes to Fall/Winter outfits. In that way you can change the whole look just by changing one element.
Each year I invest in one great coat and this time I decided to find one in Camel. It is a real treasure.
I love this color because it can easily be incorporated into my current wardrobe without the need to break the bank. It goes so well with my favorite colors: grey, blue and white. Outwear in this color is a nice change from all these black outfits that we see when the temperatures drop."
Zara pants and blazer, wool gloves from Pieces, Mango coat, satchel bag from ebay.
Marcella pairs her camel trousers with baby blue blazer,for a very soft look.