Fashion Trends for Autumn / Winter lets wear the rainbow

Autumn / Winter 2018 wakes up to bold colours of the rainbow. The old rules of bright in the summer and dark in the winter don’t apply anymore. As fashion trends for this Autumn /Winter 2018 showcase bold colours with vivid neon and Technicolor outfits. So as Autumn arrives with the rich crisp amber leaves and orange glow of the early setting sun arrives. We might be thinking of packing away the bright colours of Summer. To replace them with the deeper earth tones of reds and greens. However, lets kick those leaves aside. By choosing brighter colours as top fashion designers as Karl Lagerfield,  showcasing peppy pink and electic blue accessories and Pradas electrifying palettes demonstrated in Chanels autumn / winter 2018 fashion show in Paris.

Go for mood-boosting colours this Autumn

The comforting palette of autumn is great of course. However you cannot knock the mood-boasting bold colours. Colours that we surround ourselves in have a direct effect on our mood. Even the seasons darker pieces are bringing bright colours into our  wardrobes going for lime greens and pinks for example. Lak reported in Elle September 2018 as saying ‘How, we feel has more impact than the seasons.’ So it might be that, rather than fashion waking up to bolder hues. It’s broadening its palette to reflect our multiple moods. (for example, those seemingly contradictory states of angry and amused masculine and feminine, can co-exist without cancelling each other out).

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