Fall/Winter 2015-2016 colour trends
The colour schemes this winter are sure to leave everyone happy: for the first time a unisex color palette has been chosen which comprises of a broad spectrum. From earthy neutral tones to darker, bolder tones, winter fashion colors leave a lot of room to play around. Here are the colour schemes that you may try this winter:
1. Black and Gray
These two are the Fall/Winter 2015 colour trends must haves. While black is the ever elegant, safe to wear anywhere colour, grays are the bolder and stronger fall, winter colours, best-suited for work.
- Nature’s Hues
Yes, we are referring to olive green, dark blue, oak and brown shades that will be hot on the autumn-winter 2016 trends and are already making waves in 2015. Olive green works great in contrast with other fall, winter colours or can be worn alone with even matching accessories.
We have always thought Dark Blue to be regal, it is a colour everyone can pull off everywhere. And unlike black, it gives you a look that is elegant, chic and mysterious altogether.
Oak might be slightly brighter than the other earth tones but does it look gorgeous! Pair it with black or brown, try it as a skirt colour or a dress and it is bound to make your disappearing summer tan look fresh!
Brown is an all-rounder color. You can wear any shade of brown in any form and you will be fashionably correct according to both autumn-winter 2015 trends and autumn-winter 2016 trends!
- Dried Herbs
Though it is already a part of the colours in Nature’s Hues, we felt it deserves to be mentioned alone. The person who decided to give this new twist to the military-like olive-green shade is surely a genius for turning it into such a unique and lovely colour now. It works great in contrast with other fall, winter colours or can be worn alone with even matching accessories adding a sophisticated and chic look.
We will include all sisters of red along with red; maroon, pink and orange. While red can be manipulated by keeping it dull and glossy to suit the occasion, maroon has been reborn as Marsala. Marsala is already being touted as the perfect blend of warmth and seduction with subtlety. Pink in all shades; dull, light, soft is the most chic colour with a Manhattan feel to it. I would love it for work! Orange is the playful one that you can support when you begin to miss spring or just want to add a bit of drama.
We am also extremely partial to Amethyst Orchid which, as the name suggests, represents the combined power of flowers and jewels. It is indeed a beautiful colour for shawls and sure to compliment all the pastels and whites in your wardrobe.
- Bold and Bright
This is the exact opposite of what we said above. Here you may dare and experiment as much as you please. These colours are called bold for a reason; nothing you do with them requires a second thought!
We hope this is enough to set your wardrobe up for the winters, happy shopping!