The upcoming winter fashion month is upon us; fashion trends for the year have already come. With that comes not only styles to look out for but colors as well. Based on the trends seen on the runway, Pantone has released their color report for 2021-2022, this winter season.
Every Season Has Its Own Unique Fashion Colors
In the fashion world, lighter pastel colors such as lavender and baby pink are often associated with spring and summer. Darker colors like navy and brown, on the other hand, are more typically worn in the colder seasons.
However, this winter, those notions are being thrown out the window as an anything-goes approach seems to be coming to the forefront.
Here are the six top colors that were seen at fashion month for the upcoming winter season.
1. Brown Tones
This shouldn’t come as a surprise as brown towns are often popular during the colder months. Whether you prefer a softer oatmeal shade or a rich chocolate brown, anything in this color family is perfect for this winter month.
To incorporate brown tones into your winter wardrobe, try knitting yourself a cozy sweater using yarn from online retailers like Yarnspirations. Knitting a sweater yourself will allow you to make a piece that perfectly suits you and your style. Brown tones have multiple shades to select the best suitable colors for you and match up with the right shoes and comforter.
Red is another classic winter staple color, especially considering it’s one of the primary colors associated with the Christmas season. This year, fire engine red is the specific shade to try out. Red is always the most suitable color for Christmas and winter. And for this winter you can try something different.
In every season, you are wearing red woolen wear hence for doing something different tryout the bright long red colors woolen socks with your boots.
You probably already have some red pieces from past winters, but if you’re looking to add more, consider a red leather jacket to kill two birds with one stone and jump on the leather trend as well.
3. Blush Pink
Seeing blush pink on the runway for fall and winter was definitely a shock for a lot of people this year. However, this color is usually associated with spring and summer, so bringing it into the colder months will be a fun challenge for all the fusionists out there.
If you’re daring, be bold this winter with a pink fuzzy coat. And a pink blush is also the best color to add some pink blush to your cheeks.
For the past several seasons, Lavender has been a trendy color in fashion, and it seems like people aren’t ready to let go of it quite yet.
Use pieces you already have from your summer closet and layer them with undershirts or jackets to make them warmer for this winter season.
5. Soft Yellow
Yellow is another color that is more commonly associated with spring, especially a soft, buttery yellow. However, when the sun isn’t out as much in the winter, wearing yellow may be a nice reminder of sunshine and warmth.
Try a two-piece cord set to bring yellow into your wintertime wardrobe this winter season for the year. Lemon yellow is the color of this winter season. Anything with bright yellow colors adds a vibrant sunny sparkle to your attire.
6. Olive Green
Sage green had a significant moment this spring and summer, but it looks like it will be replaced by olive green for the fall and winter. Although not much different, this slightly darker hue has a more earthy tone and better fits our conventional notions of winter fashion.
A two-piece olive-green suit is a perfect way to incorporate this color into your wardrobe this winter.
The bright colors are the most suitable colors for the winter season. For this winter, you also can try on bright-colored footwear along with socks. Bright colors of comforters are also bringing very fresh vibes into your looks. So keep your winter fashion bright and straightforward. Try on these colors for your outfits, and let us know about your fashion ideas.