Looking for a little fashion inspiration? A good way to revamp your wardrobe is to incorporate a trendy color. We're doing a twist to the traditional coverage of the fall fashion color trend for this year and will feature them with accessories!!!
Pink (Salmon or sorbet pink)
The fall fashion designer runways have been flooded with a light shade of pink. Lighter shades of pink are a fresh way to spruce up your wardrobe. The sorbet hue is unexpected since you'd typically expect a darker shade for fall and winter months. Mix it up by adding a top, scarf or piece of jewelry to add a splash of color to your wardrobe. Check out Alexander McQueen or Fendi to check see their incorporation of the color in their fall collections.
Intense deep red tones have been seen on Lanvin and Prabal Gurung runways. This shade would be a great color to purchase in a pair of pants or skirt. Another great alternative would be a handbag, gloves or shoes to add a deeper tone pop of color to your fall/winter wardrobe. Check out these shades for an quick way to add a little luxury to your mix.
Although you typically expect a jewel tone during fall and winter it is surprising to see a switch this lighter shade of green. I have to admit it is really hard to pull this shade off and am in no way a fan of it. The green is as bright as the Tory Burch logo on the shopping bag. The shade reminds me of a grasshopper or Kermit the Frog. This shade made a statement on the runways such as Chanel, Marc Jacobs and Bottega Veneta. Since this shade is very unique and bright I'd suggest finding a scarf or inexpensive piece of jewelry to incorporate a fresh mix.
Deeper shades of tan with more of an olive green/burnt caramel undertone were seen on the a few runways. This shade of brown is not as appealing due to the greenish undertones and in my opinion is not flattering on most skin tones. Also, it is really hard to pair with your typical fall tones. You can be the judge! You can check out Stella McCartney, Hermes and Fendi runways as they featured this shade.
Shades of gray
Head to toe tonal shades of grey were seen in various forms of solid and printed patterns by Dolce & Gabbana as well as Alberta Ferretti. You can never go wrong with a classic style and neutral color. If you're looking for a printed shade of grey you can incorporate a plaid blazer or wool coat into your fashion rotation to make a style statement. Small accessories in unique patterns are a good way of adding a nice mix as well.
Nothing says winter like the shade of black. In the northern hemisphere the weather changes to cooler temperatures, daylight is shorter and people tend to stay inside more. Head to toe black is in! Although, I don't think this trend was really ever out at any point. Carolina Herrera and Emila Wickstead are some fashion houses to shout out for displaying this trend on the runway. Mixing patterns in shades of black will help you achieve this head to toe look.
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