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Sick of Millennial Pink? Here’s the Cure

What looks fresh this season? Colors that are, shall we say, slightly off. Here’s how to wear them.
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Call it an antidote to millennial pink. This season, the more strange (and typically unloved) the color, the better. Burnt orange, mustard, muddy green — the coolest colors right now evoke musty basements not touched since the 1970s, garish wallpapers and mothy thrift shop finds. But in luxe fabrics and modern shapes, these pretty-ugly, and nostalgic, shades feel fresh.

These pants are straight out of “That ’70s Show.” They’re best worn with a tailored blouse or a minimalist turtleneck to bring them quickly into 2017.

Acne Studios wool-blend flared trousers, $450 (on sale) at Totokaelo; totokaelo.com.

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A grandpa cardigan feels especially geriatric (in a good way!) in deep ocher. Worn with vintage Levi’s and Blundstones, it’s perfect for a Sunday stroll.

Babaà boiled wool cardigan, $229 at babaa.com.

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Miuccia Prada is recognized as a pioneer of jolie laide charm, so little surprise that these velvet Mary Janes strike the right balance. Wear with black opaque tights or thick woolly socks.

Prada velvet pumps, $650 at mytheresa.com.

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Once derided as merely practical, puffer coats are now a bona fide “it” item. This one, in dirty orange, defies outmoded ideas of what’s cool.

Year One duvet coat with cropped sleeves, $490 at No. 6; no6store.com.

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Why not step out in an ensemble the color of pea soup? Even better if it’s corduroy, the season’s surprise star.

Paloma Wool corduroy jacket, $176, and wide-leg pants, $171, at palomawool.com

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This scarf is a delightfully odd mix of colors.

Acne Studios wool scarf, $220 at net-a-porter.com.

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A very “now” alternative to black ankle boots: shiny ones in an unexpected bottle green.

No. 6 leather boots, $287 (on sale) at No. 6; no6store.com.

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These slouchy velvet trousers in tarnished gold are a very fine take on the trend.

Attico velvet trousers, $1,001 at fwrd.com.

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Masscob, an under-the-radar Spanish label, hits the right notes with a gold midi that’s ready to make the rounds of holiday parties.

Masscob velvet dress, $358 at Matches Fashion; matchesfashion.com.

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The ladylike shape of this bag counterbalances the fabulously sick hue.

Mark Cross leather box bag, $1,995 at modaoperandi.com.

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Even though these cinnamon-colored earrings are a little off, they’re surprisingly flattering to the face.

Lizzie Fortunato tassel earrings with an onyx stone, $195 at needsupply.com.

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