Melbournians, don’t forget that Autumn is fast approaching, despite the sun tuning it all the way up this past week
As the seasons transition, long gone are the bright pop colours and jewel tones that Summer inspires us to inject into our wardrobes during Summer, and we begin to say goodbye to the garden inspired hues and pastel colours that serve as Springtime favourites.
Bold Summery brights were present in the SS17 presentations of both Balenciaga and Nina Ricci.
Here we have three takes on a Spring staple, babydoll pink tones.
As the days grow shorter band the weather dips cooler, colours become as scarcely seen as the sun in winter as we seek comfort and warmth from cozy neutrals and more monochromatic palettes.
If you are not quite ready to dive into y0ur dark, Winter woollies you are in luck, as Autumn fashion offering come to us in deeper, richer tones. The blush pink fabrics remain and are joined by plums, rich maroons, mustard yellows and one of the most prominent fabric trend choices for the Runway show’s of the season, burnt orange velour.
But you know me, I don’t follow trends religiously, I prefer to set them.
I believe that this blue cowell neck skinny may be the perfect piece to carry you throw Autumn and Winter, hell, it even looks at home in Spring.
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