Is it me, or have fall and spring fashion swapped? If you’ve been following the street style during fashion month, the clothes (along with the weather) might have you confused for a sec thinking we’re heading into the fall, not spring season. With camel, deep burgundy or this year, ~marsala~, mustard, burnt orange, navy, rich reds, deep greens, and dark purples outnumbering all the wintry pastels we’ve only just barely grown accustomed to seeing, it’s as if there’s been a seasonal color swap. Now pastels are for brightening up our winter layers and rich earth hues and jewel tones are for grounding us come spring. It could also have something to do with the ’70s replacing the ’80s and ’90s as the throwback era du jour, ushering in the decade’s deeper boho shades. The key to making darker “fall” hues work for spring without looking like you got the seasons confused: lighten them up just a touch, with soft neutrals (think: soft stone, white, ivory, blush, or navy), or a pop of pastel.