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Fashion - April 2017

30 Mar 2017

Autumn palette

Summer may have left us for another year, but its bright colours will see us through another season!

Hold onto the fun of summer with the following four colours that dominated the autumn/winter fashion weeks.

RED

Seen on the runways of Fendi and Giorgio Armani, red will break up the cooler end of autumn.

You’re either all in with this trend (like the oversized button-down trench from the latest Jil Sander collection) or just testing the waters by accessorising with red shoes or a belt. Experiment and see what’s best for you!

PINK

The pastel pink hues emerged around this time last year, but this season it’s back – bigger, bolder and brighter.

Alexander Wang showcased the brighter pink palette with a 90s-inspired, neon pink cropped jumper paired with green shorts. Forget the pretty, demure floral patterns. This autumn is about standing out.

METALLICS

Nothing grabs attention quite like a bit of sparkle. All eyes were on the Dolce and Gabbana Milan show earlier this year as models strutted the runway in sequin dresses, complete with embellished shoes and even the occasional tiara!

Try this style in a shift dress or skirt, making sure it’s the focal point of your outfit.

MILITARY GREEN

When it comes to the cooler months, this colour is a no-brainer. It’s stood the test of time and this season is no different.

Seen in the 2017 autumn/winter collections of Vera Wang and Hugo Boss, the military green jacket pairs perfectly with light wash jeans for a casual day look, or skinny-leg black jeans and boots for an authoritative night outfit. It’s an autumn staple that everyone needs.

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