Blackberry Crush {Color Palette Monday}

September 16, 2013 - by Preeti

Want a fall/winter color theme without the typical drab color combinations?

Think of a fall fruit basket then! Blackberries (okay, many times a late summer berry), persimmons, clementines, passion fruits, bring out the best of fall without the usual foliage reference.

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And if you love this outfit, check out the rest of Anjalee & Arjun's 2012 bridal collection. They will blow your mind away!

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