These six shades should be in everyone's wardrobe: how to dress in autumn to look stylish. Photo
In anticipation of the new season, many fashionistas are thinking about what clothes, shoes and accessories to add to their wardrobe. In autumn, it is comfortable to wear basic pastel shades, but in 2023, it will be impossible to give up hot red and light yellow.
For those who are not used to wearing bright colours, stylists recommend adding fiery details to the look: scarves, bags, hats or scarves. OBOZREVATEL tells you which colours will be the must-have in 2023.
- Butter yellow
Yellow can be considered one of the most difficult colours, but this softer version of the buttery shade is much more practical when combined with other things. This colour is a step up from boring white or cream.
Yellow will be popular among dresses this autumn. Stylists advise to think about evening, frank and romantic maxi dresses. This is a great colour choice for any climate or geographical location, it is sunny but warm and cosy at the same time.
Designers Ulla Johnson, Zuhair Murad and Victoria Beckham painted their collections in apricot. The designers created orange maxi dresses using shiny sequins and glossy fabrics. In small details, this shade fits equally well into everyday clothes.
Choose a sweater of a universal colour, combining it with jeans and boots. Orange looks great with warm colours, as well as chocolate brown, beige and blue.
- Chocolate brown
Designers call chocolate a trend that you just want to eat. This year, fashion designers have presented many variations in their autumn-winter collections. Try complementing the deep colour with delicate shades such as lilac and apricot orange.
- Hot red
The summer pink colour of Barbie will be replaced by red. The luxurious fiery red colour looks good on a wool or leather coat, a strict blazer or a suit. You can also expect dresses in this shade in boutiques.
- Light lavender
Lavender is popular this summer and will remain at its peak in autumn. To create the perfect look, you need to choose the right texture. Designers recommend chunky knitwear, fluffy coats and woollen leggings.
- Ice blue
While in the summer we saw a wide range of blue shades, next season the focus is on pale, icy blue, like the winter queen Elsa from the Frozen cartoon. Leading designers Loewe and Fendi chose blue dresses for a more glamorous look. This soft shade is versatile, so it goes well with denim.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL talked about non-obvious colours in clothes that visually slim you down. Shades can mimic optical illusions.