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When the weather starts to hit winter temperatures it's a constant struggle not to dress in black around the clock. (I'm mourning the warmer days, okay?) But as a fashion editor, I'm ready to get over it and am already preparing to bring all of the colors I've seen on the F / W 20 runways into my outfit Rotation this season, and luckily for you, I'll share my research. Today we're delving deep into the trend colors that will be everywhere this winter.
The runways of this year's first fashion month have spoken, and there are a multitude of colors to add to your radar right now. Regardless of whether you tend towards neutrals or want to pack a punch in the colors with your outfits, you will find a palette for you here. Designers have brought out everything from chocolate browns to bright purples and every shade of green in between. Read on when you're ready to stay one step ahead of the trend curve.
This eye-catching hue found its way on the runways from Tom Ford to Christopher John Rogers. Moving away from the lilac and lavender tones of summer is a great way to stand out from the crowd with this color in your closet.
Brown may have its history as an "ugly" color, but 2020 has pushed the shadow up its hierarchy as the popular neutrals of the season.
The prediction is always bright when you wear this cheerful shade. Whether you make it the main focus of your look or spice up an outfit with yellow accessories, it will be a popular choice for many.
This fiery shade of red is hot, making a lively change from the deep wines we saw last fall.
Despite the lighter shades in this mix, you can't go wrong with a touch of neutrals in your outfit rotation. No matter whether you combine it with chocolate brown or a splash of color, this "boring" color is retained.
Every season a new shade of green has arrived, but this time there is simply no limit. From sage to olives to neon there is no one type of green habit work in your favor.
Not only was pink a popular shade in the F / W 20 collections, it also showed up quite a lot in the S / S 21 collections so you know it will stay for a while. There's something for everyone among the designer shows, whether you're leaning towards a Y2K-inspired pop or a pastel hue.
This calming hue, seen in collections from Marc Jacobs to Staud, offers just the right amount of serenity you need.