Ladies, admit it, life is too boring to wear ordinary hues.
If you want to level up your fashion game this year, it’s time to take rust and terracotta a shot.
As the perfect blend of exoticness and sophistication, these brown-orange hues just give off a tasteful rustic feel like no other.
Some ladies may think these hues are only for the fall season, well, that can’t be any further from the truth.
The reality is, you can rock this hue ALL YEAR ROUND. Yes, I said it.
From a free spirit boho girl look to a high street diva style, this exquisite rust hue is here to boost the aesthetic of your everyday look tenfolds.
That said, I’ve gathered 10 outfit ideas if you wonder how to wear rust and terracotta outfit.
I’m sure you will love it! Enjoy.
1. PAIR BLACK & RUST AS A FOOLPROOF
When in doubt, go with black. As two dark shades, together they just look chic and classy.
If you are sick of wearing the black blazer, go for the rust hue one, and instantly it boosts the aesthetic tenfolds.
Together with a sleek low bun and sunglasses, gal you are ready to hit the town.
2. STAY FRESH IN WHITE & TERRACOTTA
If you want to dress this orange-brown hue in summer, teaming it with crisp white just makes things way more summery and elegant.
For a simple look, teaming a rust tee, cream pants and nude chunky heels are more than enough to exude a sense of classiness.
This is such a classic look of a grown lady.
3. DRESS DOWN THE LOOK WITH DENIM
As a dark hue, rust, and terracotta can appear sophisticated and dressy.
If you want to tock these shades in a casual way, team it with denim is such a failproof.
Want to look simple yet stylish with minimal effort? Throw on a satin rust top and wild-leg denim pants.
To keep it elevated, finish off the look with a pair of pointy heels a 10/10.
4. RUST HUE IS FOR BOHO GIRLS
Rust hue is born for boho girls, always was, and always will be.
As a brownish-red shade, it just embodies the boho girl spirit to the fullest – raw, bold, and artistic.
For a warm-tone ensemble, a tribal print tunic dress and a billowy rust poncho are more than enough to make a statement.
Together with a nice pair of feather earrings, this aesthetic outfit just proudly says “I’m one of a kind and I OWN it“
I don’t know about you but I guess I now have an idea when it comes to my coming music festival look!
5. GET PLAYFUL WITH A COWGIRL STYLE
Without a doubt, rust is such a classic cowgirl hue. This hot and rowdy shade just can’t help but resemble me of the soil, horses, and wildness.
To get a real taste of the traditional western flare, get yourself a signature cowboy hat, rust tunic top, retro flared pants, and chic white riding boots so you’ll never feel anything missing from your outfit!
6. GO VINTAGE WITH RUST HUE
Is that just me the rust and terracotta hue always seems so retro and historic, I’ll think of the vintage clay pots and iron oxide. (Alright not the best examples…)
That said, vintage wear is definitely the time for these hues to shine.
Compare to the classic vintage shades like wine red, teal, and forest green, the rust hue just adds an extra dash of boyishness to the ensemble.
Seriously, I rarely wear pinafore dresses as some of them can look juvenile.
But a rust pinafore dress? HELL YES. It just looks playful as it looks sophisticated. Such a dream.
7. LOOK ALL GLAM UP IN RUST
For the ladies who want to strike the perfect tone of dressy but not fancy, you can certainly achieve a happy balance with a rust hue.
As a decent and mature shade, that can easily balance out the boldness.
A rose gold silk dress seems to be too luxe and feminine for the lazy weekend.
Switch it out to a reddish-brown shade and instantly it’s much more wearable.
Thanks me later!
8. STAY ARTISTIC IN TERRACOTTA PANTS
If you are a fan of the androgynous or artsy style or BOTH, rust-hue pants just serve you well.
Whether you team it with a retro graphic tee or crisp white dress shirt, it just spruces up the look instantly.
Believe it or not, color plays a huge role.
While people will think grey jogger pants look laid-back, switch it to the unique terracotta pants and people will think you’ve given thought to your look.
Yes, ladies, the difference is real.
9. TEAM RUST HUE WITH ANIMAL PRINTS
Animal prints can be lousy but rust hue is here to keep things sassy yet classy.
To put animal prints in the spotlight, muted dark hues like rust and terracotta are the ideal canvas.
For a feminine look without looking trying too hard, showcase your curves in a body-hugging rust turtleneck top and leopard midi skirt just seal the deal.
Seriously, if you are still shy from the animal print game, GET ON! It’s such a mood booster.
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10. KEEP THINGS MINIMAL
If you are not used to wearing a reddish-brown hue, the experience can be overwhelming when you wear a one-piece rust dress for the first time.
To ease in the hue smoothly, keeping it minimal is a good point to start.
Whether that’s a dainty earring or a cashmere scarf, these items are more than enough to sparkle for your look in a stylish way.
Speaking of my favorite, the rust beret hat is such a darling.
To achieve a classic French chic style, you can’t really go wrong with a classic trench coat and ankle boots.
11. ROCK A TERRACOTTA MONOCHROMATIC LOOK
If you think rust hue serves you well, why not layer it up for a monochromatic look? Trust me, it’s not as intimidating as you think.
For a head-turning winter look, team a rust corduroy co-ord set with a lighter shade of bag and just scream “Chilly day can’t stop me from bringing my A-game”.
12. GOLD & RUST IS THE PERFECT COMBO
Every great ensemble needs a great accessory. Some girls may wonder, what colors of necklaces go with a rust shade top? I’d say gold tone.
As sage and gold are both warm tones with similar underlying brownish shades, together, they just bring the best in each other.
For an exotic summer vacay look, throw on a dainty gold necklace with a rustic linen co-ord set that just looks dazzling.
There you go ladies, 12 outfit tips on what to wear terracotta and rust hue.
I am not a big fan of orange and brown, but if these two hues blend in together, that’s a big YES for me! I hope these ideas prove to you how versatile these hues are.
So fear not, get out of your comfort zone with a dash of burnt orange!
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