How to wear Autumn’s best colours

Update and revive your wardrobe you this season’s best hues. From vibrant red to playful cobalt, plum, yellow and unexpected pastels.. Here is how to wear for work rest or play.

Cobalt blue is once again a prevailing colour for autumn winter. Wear it with black for a sophisticated look for work, or with white to make the color pop. Accents of monochrome prints have been seen paired with cobalt in the new season collections. It you are colour shy wear this attractive hue in a pair of structured heels.

Dazzling Red was a dominant colour on the catwalk. Red and black is a classic duo but this time around play with textures and try pairing leather and knit together or wool and silk. Make a style statement and try red head to toe but keep the make up to a minimum.

Hot pink is coming in coming in all sorts of shapes: coats, dresses, accessories. Keep the hue bold and wear it with black to make it stand out.

Plum is another coveted shade for the new season. Back in luxurious textures of leather, velvet, silk or fur. Inject this hue in your work or rest wardrobe for an instant style update.

Black and white had a fascinating attention in the autumn winter collections. This classic combo is mainly found in workwear and casual looks. You can expect to find monochrome combined with a pop of primary colour, red, yellow, green or blue.

But surprising colours combinations will illuminate your wardrobe: yellow and plum, khaki and brown, pink and green or red and blue. Try wearing these colours combos for play. For a wearable colour combos try pairing one of the two colours in a small quantity.

Pastel lovers will be spoiled with a rainbow of candy hues.  Pastels work also well in the cooler months. Mint, dusty pink or baby blue. Wear them now and for spring.  A dusty pink coat is a desirable item for an instant wardrobe update.

 

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