Colours of the season: shades to embrace for autumn/winter 2019
Article posted: March 15, 2019
Like a blast of cold winter air as you round a city corner, so are the colour trends for autumn/winter 2019 fashion.
We’re talking pops of colour so vibrant and strong, that Camberwell fashionistas can’t help but strut when wearing them; so bold that they’re the only confidence boost you’ll need all day.
Whether you’re taking colour blocking to the next level with head-to-toe fuchsia or teaming optical illusion paisley with a shock of brilliant blue, the fashion colour palette for autumn/winter 2019 favours the bold.
A word to the wise: commit to the style.
Here are the colours to embrace this autumn/winter:
You might remember the electric blue fashion trend of the 1980s.
Well, this year’s hottest colour is the same electric blue but we’re calling it tech blue, as in cyber girl meets high street style.
All you need to remember is that if it’s bright and blue, it’s on trend.
Wear the colour as a statement piece teamed with more subtle and neutral tones, or really nail the trend with head to toe electric blue.
Hint: Country Road’s pleat sleeve midi dress is set to become a fashion staple. Pick one up from the Camberwell store.
Pale pink is here to stay for another season. Ditto fuchsia and magenta.
Make a serious fashion impression in one bold colour or mix it up with neutrals or patterns.
If you’re having trouble letting go of millennial pink, don’t worry, so is fashion. Dusty pinks and sheer nude shades are still on trend with high street brands embracing it like crazy.
This season in Camberwell, Country Road and Blue Illusion are stocking pretty-in-pink tops and blouses, while Witchery has unveiled entire outfits of pink skirts and knits.
It’s orange but like you’ve never seen it – unless you were embracing fashion in the sixties or early seventies.
This season’s go-to colour ranges from bright tangerine to muted ginger shades, and all come together in dazzling paisley prints and bursts of bloom.
Decjuba and Cue have both showed mustard and rusty orange knits and blouses, while Sussan is channelling early seventies with a must-have staple: the v-neck burnt orange sweater.