How To Rock Fall 2021's Trending Colours

Add these colours to your wardrobe.

This season’s runways have been full of bold looks and even bolder colours. Here are the trending colours of fall 2021 and how to rock them.

Indigo  

This colour is all over the runways this season and is a great substitute for wearing black. In fact, I’ve been seeing a lot of grooms go the indigo route instead of wearing black or navy. So, I have two ways to wear indigo. The first way screams strong, and that way is the indigo monochromatic look. The trick to wearing monochromatic is to break it up with a pattern or a print while keeping it in the same colour or tone.

Clay

So, you know us fashion people have to come up with a new name for a colour. It’s what we do. The colour I’m going to speak about is Clay. Now personally, I would call this burnt orange or even pumpkin spice ‘cause this doesn’t look like the clay I know. Regardless, it too is one of the hot colours for fall 2021. Clay is warm and screams autumn. It can be paired with browns or even a red & blue tartan. We have this multi clay fringe knit sweater that I paired with these brown straight-leg pants and on my feet, I decided to go with a cute red shoe.

Fuchsia

This next colour seemed more of a summer colour because of its bright hue and that colour is Fuchsia. Yes, fuchsia is a 2021 fall colour. To make this colour look more fall-like, tone down the ultra-bright hue with neutrals in camel, grey, or ivory. Now anyone will definitely get noticed in this coat. This is what you call “flaming fuchsia” or hot pink lol. This coat is from “want boutique” and is the perfect addition to your fall wardrobe.

Silver

This colour I’ve grown to love, and I also love pairing this colour with gold and that colour is silver! Show off this colour on everyday staples like pleated skirts, blazers, and sweaters. Here I have this Sequin mini dress that I’ve turned into a top. I love mixing partywear with something a bit more subtle.

I also have this beautiful silver knitted sweater from the “latest scoop” that I paired with leather pants.

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