Even though we may be wearing our tiny white dresses nonstop right now, a chilly, crisp new season is quickly approaching, therefore it’s time to start planning for the exciting new trends October has in store for us fashionistas. especially the vibrant new season hues that will be quite popular in September. What colours of fall are still for us to enjoy? For new ideas, we glanced to the F/W 18 catwalks to see which hues designers declared to be the season’s must-haves.
There were several unexpected selections that strayed from conventional trends in favour of more expressive tones (think yellows, oranges, and pinks)—colors guaranteed to cheer us up on grey, cloudy days—while many shades conjured up images of pumpkin spice lattes and stomping through crunchy leaves (think earthy browns, olives, and rich burgundies). View the fall’s hottest hues below and shop our choices to stay on top of the latest fashions.
Unexpected—yes. However, we can’t help but like the hot pink colour that covered the F/W 18 runways. Wear the bold and vibrant colour from head to toe for a statement look, or add it to your ensemble with a big scarf (like Gigi Hadid wore at Prabal Gurung’s show). The trend has been quickly adopted by fashion girls, as evidenced by their profusion at the most recent Copenhagen Fashion Week. The colour complements neutrals like grey, black, camel, and white fairly well.
It’s time to glam up your ensemble this season. The runways were covered in metallic shimmer. You can incorporate the reflective material into your daytime outfit by wearing a glittery skirt with a tee and sneakers or stand out at your next party in a striking silver dress, whether you opt for a dark liquid silver or light sparkling sequins.
Nothing more strongly evokes fall than warm, rich, mature dark colours; fortunately, these shades are abundant this time of year, appearing in shades of light brown, rust, cream, dark, and sugary food. The new angry could very well be brown.
Pantone named this as the colour of the year in 2018. Sweaters, scarves, and two-piece skirt sets were some of the items that designers used to display the deep and vivid colour. Browns, reds, and soft yellows work well as a complement to it.
You may transition stylishly from the fall to the holiday season by wearing a bright and vivid red. Designers including Prabal Gurung, Tibi, and Jil Sander covered models in the cheerful colour from head to toe. Invest in a stunning red dress or overcoat, and enjoy experimenting with volume and texture.
The vibrant shade of starry-eyed-blue truly caught our attention this season, even though various shades of blue—from pastel to navy—ruled the runways. Wear the sparkling colour with white boots or contrasting (and incredibly fashionable) orange shoes.
This shade ought to be as deep and rich as the red wine you intend to sip on those brisk fall evenings. Red Pear is a shade of deep red that Pantone called after a very sweet pear. When wearing this hue, experiment with fabrics and textures, such as a silky shirt or a rich velvet dress.
Although the bright colour is more frequently associated with the summer, expect to see it retain its vibrancy into the cooler months as well. Wear the vibrant hue with whites, greys, and mild blues or contrast it with edgy black leather. Yellow comes in a variety of tones, from pastel and delicate to neon and spicy.