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July 21, 2012  | by: Olivia Kamara

While many of us are day tripping and soaking up the summer sun, fashion designers and retailers are hard at work putting together some of this year’s hottest  fall trends. One trend that seems to be at the top of everybody’s list is: colored denim!

In case you’re having that deja vu feeling, no need to fret, colored denim has been a popular trend for many fashion moons. The only difference now is that the hues have gotten a littler warmer.

During the spring and summer months we have seen denim come in colors like neon and other bright and bold shades .  But for the fall, those colors have been toned down a bit, ranging in designs like maroon, brown, olive, burnt orange and mustard.

These year-round staples will definitely come in handy when trying to keep warm and chic during the upcoming  cooler months.

Celebrities Rocking Colored Denim

To perfect the trend, pick up an orange pair like the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton  and pair it with a pair of low  pumps or studded flats. You can then add a  of black blazer and a simple white top. To add a royal touch, tie a bold silk scarf around your neck.

Colored jeans come and go every season and every season they prove to be a fan favorite, with this upcoming being no exception.

The autumnal shades make me feel all warm and fuzzy inside and I cant wait to get into a pair of my own.

So will you be trying out some of this Fall’s colored denim picks?

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