Oxblood really is the new black. Over the past year it has become more and more popular and it has become almost a neutral. No, oxblood is not the same as burgundy - it is a true dark red without a purple tint like burgundy. Whether it's pants, shoes, nail polish, sweaters, or accessories, add a little oxblood to your fall wardrobe. I know the color sounds disgusting, but it's just a color, not a weird foreign delicacy. It looks good on all skin tones and pretty much goes with any color (except for maybe neon green, but why would you be wearing neon green anyway?). Here, I'm wearing oxblood leggings, a silk cream shirt, multi-colored pearls that pick up the oxblood, camel leather lace-up boots, and a burberry raincoat.
Pants: Olive & Oak - similar ASOS but I really love Rich & Skinny Shoes: Vince Camuto Blouse: Zara (Spain) - similar ASOS Necklace: Grandma's Jacket; Vintage Burberry