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Finally, Style Stars Are Ditching Millennial Pink!

Make way for olive green and burnt orange!
PHOTO: Instagram/chiefilomeno

Apparently, millennial pink and Yeezy nude—the year’s top colors that dominated our favorite style stars’ wardrobes—are slowly, but surely, fading out, making way for this season’s new warmer, more grown-up hues: olive green and burnt orange/sienna.

We’ve spotted how our most stylish celebs, Instagram stars, and bloggers are wearing today’s hot colors, and listed down how you can copy their looks, too.

  1. Choose loose, comfy, and travel-ready.

    The colors are statement-making enough to wear on their own, so you can totally go matchy-matchy with separates of similar tones ala Kryz Uy.

    Or follow Chie Filomeno’s lead and go for a solid one-piece outfit if you dare.

  2. Accessorize, layer, and wear it with statement pieces.

    Burnt sienna and olive green are understated tones that make a great basic palette to wear against loud colors and fun prints, so by all means, layer if you must. And don’t be afraid to pile on key trendy accents! Forever the edgy one, Laureen Uy, shows us how.

    If it's chilly enough for a coat, go for it:

    Otherwise, wear it over your shoulders, halfway through your arms, or tied at the waist.

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  3. Keep it simple and wear it as is.

    No truer is the saying that less is more. Lovi Poe is living proof that simple is sexy. Her burnt sienna pantulog is bomb!

    Isabelle Daza seconds the motion. She wears her plunging olive green dress with nothing but sneakers, a messy ponytail, and her matcha green tea ice cream!

  4. Add ~texture~ or look for a fancy fabric.

    You’ll be surprised at how ~extra~ the colors are in suede, silk, and velvet pieces!

    Kim Jones is elegant as always, wearing different tones of the color. Yup, she even blends in with her OOTD shot location!

    Meanwhile, Isabelle Daza shines in silk.

  5. Go overboard.

    Well, not really. Because burnt sienna and olive green are actually subdued earth tones, there’s no way you’ll look offensively OTT in it, no matter how you style it.

    Tricia Gosingtian even wears both colors together and the overall looks seems absolutely harmless.

    And if that isn’t enough, she indulges in olive green with her forever BAE:


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