When I think of typical autumn neutrals, I think of these four colors: ivory, black, army green, and burgundy (...among others, such as navy, grey, and camel). While ivory and black (as well as navy, grey, and camel) are neutrals at any time of year, army green and burgundy are colors I only wear regularly in the cooler months. I tend to opt for a richer, deeper array of colors in the cooler months and lighter, less saturated colors in the warmer months. That said, it's fun to brighten up a dark fall/winter color palette with ivory. I can't go completely in one direction or another due to my desire for variety. :)
Now for a complete topic change... I've started to look at jobs (eep!) since I'm graduating next year. One thing I hope I can do is curate a work-appropriate wardrobe. I'm hoping I won't end up with a job that has a super stuffy dress code because I feel more comfortable in casual wear, but it would be an interesting challenge for me to dress more business-appropriate. I'll definitely be seeking advice on here if I end up needing to overhaul my wardrobe!