With the change in season, it is not just the weather that dictates the way in which we dress. The beautiful Orange and Green autumnal colours play a huge part too and at the beginning of every new season, we all wonder what these changes in fashion will look like, what the “must have” product will be and in which colour?
So whether you wish to follow the views and tips of the huge fashion houses like Vogue, Elle and GQ, or you simply wish to stick with your own tastes, autumn is most certainly an exciting time for designers and stores up and down the country.
So will Green and Orange be the must-have colours this season?
Now we might be being a little biased here, but we love accessories and we love just how creative they can be. Having the right range/ranges of accessories in your collection should really help to lift any brands profile.
If you want to see where we got our inspiration from, why not take a closer look at not only the products below but also a couple of articles that might be of interest too.
Tones of Green and in particular tones of Orange are synonymous with the autumn season and they have truly been standout colours on the catwalk with many designers this year, as seen at London Fashion week (link to London fashion week).
With these sumptuous colours for autumn, warm/dark shades tend to work best, but it is all down to personal taste at the end of the day. Navy’s, Grey’s and Black will always be a safe favourite but why not be bold this year? Orange and greens are a perfect alternative.
Fashion brands are always looking to stand out from the competition, adding orange and green colours to your range, can be a great way to do just that, whilst staying trend focused and also relevant to the season you’re in.
So will the pundit’s predictions be correct? Will warm orange and green hues dominate the colour palette this season? We certainly hope so.
If you would like to add either of these brilliant autumnal colours to your collection, then please do get in contact with us and view our extensive, online ranges.