When it gets colder and colder outside and the temperatures drop below zero, the colors of our outfits also get darker and darker. How good that a very special trend color is conquering the fashion world this winter: Merlot! We'll show you how you can best combine the noble shade of red and where to buy the most beautiful trendy pieces.
You don't have to be a wine connoisseur to know that Merlot is not just a French grape variety, but also a beautiful, elegant Bordeaux red. And it is precisely this red that is now cheating into our fashion hearts. A trend tone according to our taste. Because the dark wine red not only looks very elegant and modern, but looks just as good on blondes as it does brunettes. And regardless of whether you have a light porcelain complexion or are a tanned, dark type, Merlot is the perfect choice for your winter wardrobe.
The trend color in winter is called Merlot
Red has long been one of the most important fashion and trend colors in autumn and winter and was seen on all the world's catwalks at the Fashion Weeks. No wonder! The strong, strong tone brings color into every wardrobe without being too gaudy. Merlot is no exception! On the contrary: With its elegance and sophistication and in combination with velvet, sequins and tulle, the color looks incredibly elegant, but still modern. And that fits perfectly with winter and the upcoming holidays.
Here you can get the most beautiful it-pieces in Merlot:
This is how you style the trend color Merlot
With your looks in Merlot, you can let your creativity run wild. If you want to feel your way around the wine-red trend color, it's best to choose just one piece of clothing and use it to set a great accent. Or you reach for shoes, bags or hair accessories in Merlot. Our favorite: Merlot-colored, chunky lace-up boots with buckles. They look cool with mom jeans and midi skirts. The brave can of course also dare the complete Merlot look. Because this winter, red is the new black!
Merlot also works great in combination with other colors. White, black, beige and gray are just as good styling partners as yellow, fir green or a delicate mint. You can also play when it comes to materials. Particularly popular: velvet, satin or lace in warm, elegant Bordeaux.
What do you think of the new trend color? Do you like Merlot for the cold season? Or do you prefer light tones like white, beige and gray in winter too?