After a summer full of soft pastels and bright neons, it’s time to go darker for fall with oxblood. It’s a deep, rich, wine-colored hue that hits right on for a season full of lux looks. The brown undertone makes it easier to pull off than a traditional bright red and it flatters a wider variety of skin tones than its brighter counterpart. 

Designers like Acne, Rodarte and Alexander Wang experimented with the opulent color in soft leathers, velvets, and wools. We’ve collected some of our favorite (and easy) ways to incorporate the shade into your winter wardrobe.