Genie Bouchard Brings a Touch of Vibrancy to Her Fall Closet With Floral Patterned Sweater Set

Seasonal staples don’t always have to be neutral and muted, according to the Canadian tennis player.
Genie Bouchard smiles for the camera wearing a diamond necklace and sporting a full lash and glossy lip.

Genie Bouchard.

Muted tones—think browns, tans and grays—and monochromatic outfits have established themselves in the style lexicon for the fall and winter months. They are defined staples, ones that will never go out of style. But that doesn’t mean color shouldn’t have its rightful place in colder weather styles. In fact, a pop of color in the fall and winter can bring a bit of vibrancy into what can become a dull stretch of time.

If you’re looking for examples of ways to style outfits with just the right amount of color this season, look no further than Canadian professional tennis player Genie Bouchard. The 29-year-old recently enjoyed a trip to Miami, fleeing the cold in New York, where she has been spending some of her time in recent months. Warmer weather called for appropriately vibrant clothing to match. Thus, for an evening out, Bouchard donned a pair of blue denim jeans and a cream knit camisole and cardigan set with a pop of neon yellow and burnt orange flowers stitched throughout.

“Not complaining,” she captioned the pair of Instagram photos featuring the vibrant fall look. She accessorized the casual, cute pieces with a simple pair of gold hoop earrings and opted for a makeup-free face for the night out.

To get you through the coming months of dreary weather, perhaps it’s time to consider incorporating more color into your wardrobe. If Bouchard’s style has anything to say about it, a simple touch of one or two vibrant hues is all you need to boost a muted look.

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Martha Zaytoun


Martha Zaytoun is a Lifestyle & Trending News writer for SI Swimsuit. Before joining the team, Martha worked on the editorial board of the University of Notre Dame’s student magazine and on the editorial team at Chapel Hill, Durham and Chatham Magazines in North Carolina. When not working, Martha loves to watercolor and oil paint, run or water ski. She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and a huge Fighting Irish fan.