With the beginning of autumn, new trends arrive, the wardrobe is renewed and bright colours are replaced by more sober tones. Black and white are two staples that never fail, but what do they combine within autumn?
6 trendy colours for your fall wardrobe
The colour gamut: Earth colours triumph in autumn, from chocolate brown to beige.
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What do I combine it with? Camel looks great paired with neutral tones like dark grey, black or navy, maroon or coffee. Give light to the whole with white, sand and gold.
Colour range: In its lightest version, pearl, to the darkest grey almost black.
The most autumnal shade is … Charcoal grey.
What do I combine it with? Dark grey goes great with everyone, it’s the new black. In autumn wear it with pearl grey, white, aubergine, green, pale pink, salmon and silver details.
The colour range: From the pinkish version (more romantic), through orange and passion red to the eggplant.
The most autumnal shade is … Garnet or burgundy.
What do I combine it with? Burgundy goes great with camel and grey.
The colour gamut: Purples from mauve through violin to the strongest aubergine.
The most autumnal shade is … Purple
What do I combine it with? You will be right if you combine purple with neutral tones such as black or grey. Add the touch with metallic details or deep electric blue, lime green or lilac.
The colour range: From emerald green to olive green or camouflage.
The most autumnal shade is … bottle green
What do I combine it with? Bottle green looks great with light grey, other shades of green, and sand tones.
The colour gamut: From pale greyish-blue through vibrant electric or Klein blue to dark navy.
The most autumnal shade is … Petrol blue
What do I combine it with? Black, grey, lilac or purple.