Apologies, but black couldn’t qualify to set the voguish trend or even stand a chance in the list of the famous color trends to look out for of this year. Rather, few offbeat hues like lavender, mellow yellow and even bright orange have all come together, to steal the love and obsession.
But hey, you needn’t succumb to any panic attacks. Our most loved neutral hues have somehow grappled to be on the list. Go on celebrate!
We did the job of scouring the streets and glitzy runways to bring you the five color trends that would have it’s time, this winter, with elan.
Ask for lemon, mustard or even marigold; they all are happily enlisted under yellow. These lovable variants of yellow bagged its fame from the 2018’s Self Portrait collection display. The happy cafes vibes of the color are what makes it special. Got most of your ensembles in yellow? How about filling your cart with a bright yellow clutch or pump-heels for that matter to complete your look?
You just cannot dare talk about the color trends of winter ’18, without mentioning about the ever so soothing Lavender. Famed and much-adored brands like Michael Kors and Tibi have already introduced this color into their fresh collection, thus giving ample hints of how to wear the color perfectly. 2018 is expected to see Lavender dominating every part of the fashion domain like never before.
From Marc Jacobs to Tom Ford and even Calvin Klein runways, orange is perhaps one of those hues that made a grand comeback for the winter ’18 fashion. Bright, happy and quite a positive color, orange was seen on handheld nags, jackets and dresses. Though we might just count the number of orange ensembles we own, by the revival of the color is successful in convincing us all to fill our wardrobe with the same.
Neutrals are our all-time favourite, given the soberness and subtlety it brings along with. Needless to says, girls and fashionistas all around have loved the tone since ages. For the winter ’18, the neutral tone has been incorporated on menswear as well, thus giving out unisex clothing options that any gender can sport. The year 2018 is expected to witness retailers selling beige, cream and brown colored pieces.
The craze and obsession over millennial pink might just have sunk, but the tone, in general, is here to stay for the next year. Pink has always been women’s go-to color in terms of smiles and distress, and thanks to your love; the color will have a moment of its own in winter 18 collections. The newest trend to wear pink is red.
Go on, make all the path you tread, your fashion runway. Let your color speak your mind and desire. Mix and match the colors appropriately and be the ‘talk of the town’. Good luck, ladies!