Fall is approaching quickly and the new trends for the season are absolutely beautiful. Fashionistas and fashion lovers alike will love what the designers have created for the fall season. Designers have made sure to incorporate the wardrobe essentials all of our closets need for the fall. Designers have created denim jackets with bling, comfortable and warm sweatshirts, fleece lined pants, long sleeve performance shirts, darling accessories, classic fall hats and the most beautiful leather and suede handbags for the fall.
Fall has a reputation for producing fashions that tend to be deeper in hue or just flat out black. But for this year, designers have created fall fashions to have an array of colors that rebel against the traditional norm. Bright shades have creeped into twill jackets, scarves, and cute thermals. Soft shades, yellows and even a springy lavender has been spotted in the latest collections presented by fashion designers on the runway.
Just because designers are getting a bit bold this season does not mean that the traditional darker colors of fall are replaced. Neutrals are in for this season. They pair nicely with the lighter, brighter shades. Neutrals go right along with the bright orange appearing all over New York Fashion Week. Orange goes nicely with a chocolate or even black, especially for Halloween. Pencil skirts, trench coats, boots and party dresses are taking on this orange color. Orange does not have to be an accent color to your palette of colors in your wardrobe. Designers dressed models in orange from head to toe. Orange tops were paired with orange bottoms. Orange suede boots went underneath flowy orange skirts.
If you’re a fashion lover that is ready to rebel, tap into the yellow color palette being spotted on the New York fashion runways. Yellow has showed up in dresses and small accessories. If an all yellow outfit is not your style, wearing just a hint of yellow against basic or neutral outfit will liven it up. A yellow hat or clutch gives any outfit the perfect pop of color needed to stand out.
Who would guess lavender and mint go together? Designers this year at fashion week combined these unlikely colors together as model strutted down the runways. Lavender has been seen in a lot of silk jumpsuits. Lavender has become a classic color to go with many dressy outfits this season. Street styles have also incorporated lavender. Long jackets, handbags and accessories have been colored with lavender. Having a tint of lavender in a design is just enough to spice up your outfit.
Color is about expression and so is fashion. Therefore, find your perfect color that boldly expresses who you are. Designers have given fashion lovers the chance to do something different this fall. But remember, if you would rather opt in for a classic black, burgundy or brown, then there was plenty of that on the runway too. Leather boots were black with buckles. Coats were wool with dark colors. And outfits were created with all fashion lovers in mind.