Autumn-Winter Color Palette

Everyone has unique coloring. Depending on the color of the hair, eyes, skin, and many other factors, every person represents and suits to a certain set of shades and colors. One can wear any color but what is important is the shade of the color. Apart from the complexion, another factor influencing the dressing of an individual is the weather. No one likes to wear a black dress on a hot summer afternoon at the same time no one would prefer a light blue in for a winter evening. All over the world, they use the so-called "seasonal" method, which divides all people into cold color types - "Summer" and "Winter", and warm color types - "Autumn" and "Spring".


The next charts show the undertone, value, and intensity of the two seasonal palettes:


AUTUMN COLOUR TYPE:

The typical features of "warm Autumn" are the skin of golden shades, hair of copper color from golden to bright ginger, and even red, warm shades of eyes (amber, nutty). Girls of Autumn color-type do not bear suntan very well, though light bronze tint emphasizes their beauty even more.

Best colors for the Autumn


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The whole warm palette of the autumn sky, foliage, and earth are definitely for you. Goldish-blue, azure, emerald, the color of old gold, brown-red, ochre, mustard, khaki, champagne, yellowish-beige, fawn, copper, and bronze. Dark purple, red poppy, and orange will also do.

Shades to avoid:

Snow-white, black, pastel shades of blue and pink, cold blue.


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WINTER COLOUR TYPE

This expressive cold color type is characterized by contrasts in appearance: black or dark chestnut hair, porcelain skin, and dark brown, green, or blue eyes. The skin is very light, almost white, and extremely fastidious to sun-tanning.


Best colors for the Winter


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Contrasting snow-white and bright-black, cold light blue, navy blue, purple, and silver. Here also comes the color of coffee, bitter chocolate, hot pink, fuchsia, steel-grey. "Winter" color-type looks great in the color of dark cherry, hot raspberry, and Bordeaux.


Shades to avoid:

Orange, faded yellow, red-brown, brick, earthy.


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COLORING CHARACTERISTICS

Each season has particular coloring characteristics; knowing these can help you do an accurate analysis. Although a person may artificially change any of these characteristics; the palette outcome will not be affected.

The deep person has coloring characteristics of both winter and autumn. The hair is typically dark brown. This is the winter who can handle some cool red in the hair, and who may have a tendency to freckle. The autumn may have a very dramatic look. The eye pattern can contain both spokes and speckles. The colors are low in value, and neutral undertone - balanced between cool and warm.


FASHION

As the year progresses, so do the hottest styles. From designer showrooms and runways to street style fashion, there have been plenty of fresh looks to try this year. From the omnipresent neutral color combinations to a myriad of bright shades, there is something for everyone. Prepare to see some of these top trends from AW/20 fashion weeks everywhere you go.

  • Bright Pop Colour Suits

Make a statement from the office to drinks with your friends in a bright suit. These pops of color brighten everyone’s day and elevate your wardrobe instantly. Rather than go for traditional shades, try your hand at something loud, such as blue or red. Find a hue that best suits your skin tone and rock it in its entirety. Add accessories like a bold clutch bag and a pair of funky heels. It’s a versatile option that allows you to stand out amongst the crowd.


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  • Brown PU Leather Coats

Let the freezing weather reign while you rock a brown PU coat. This faux leather outerwear is a classic and understated option for the colder months but remains on-trend this season. Style it with a pair of slimline trousers or a mini skirt. You can even tie the waist in and create a dress. The perfect shades to wear with this item include black, grey, or blue. Be ready to wear this stunning option all the time.


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  • Natural Tones All Over

It’s one of the longest-lasting trends for the past few seasons, and it isn’t going anywhere soon. These monochromatic and neutral outfits are easy to replicate and look great on everyone. Choose from a sandy-colored suit with a turtleneck to a boiler suit or leather skirt. Don’t be afraid to experiment with varying shades of this neutral tone – try sand, camel, or even buff. The opportunities are endless, and it is a timeless option for anyone’s closet.


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  • Wide Leg Trousers Tucked into Boots

Mixing and matching new styles is a great way to discover something new, and that’s what this latest trend does. Tucking your straight leg trousers into boots puts a funky spin on the classic outfit, and adds a subtle punk twist to your ensemble. Whether you prefer combat to cowboy designs, you can find the perfect fit to match your personality.


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  • Blue Styled with Natural Tones

As one of the most prominent color combinations of the season, neutral tones with a blue twist is a popular choice. It combines some of the hottest hues of the last few months and puts a magical spin on it. Choose from a sleek brown suit with a bright blue bag, or rock a monochrome ensemble in the color shade and add a pair of classic leather pumps. It’s a stunning option for anyone and is so versatile that you can try hundreds of different pieces.


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  • Yellow Maxi Coats

Brighten up even the coldest days in one of these sunny maxis. Yellow is a bold and vibrant shade and is sure to turn a few heads. Flatter the hue with varying tones, or rock it with a white turtleneck and brown boots. From a trench to a puff jacket, there are plenty of ways to make this easy piece work for you!


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  • Cream Colour Slouch Boots

Keep it slouchy with these funky boots. Sitting just below the knee and crumpled with every step, this footwear looks great during the colder months. Whether you prefer a warm shade of cream or you’re into off-white, you can up the ante of every outfit. Compliment the pale hue with a white T-shirt or button-down under a coat – make them stand out with a black dress and oversized blazer.


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  • Tiger Prints

Every season, there’s a new animal print to covet – this season, we’re going crazy for tiger pattern. This funky and fresh print is a great way to liven up a monochrome outfit without going overboard. The combination of black and warm brown will match the fall temperature perfectly. Add a pair of blue jeans into the mix, and don’t be afraid to play with patterned accessories or shoes. Have a little fun with this trend; it’s an easy way to freshen up your look.


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Chain Necklaces Worn with Hoop Earrings

When it comes to accessorizing, sometimes more is more. This season, why not add a chic chain necklace with a pair of stunning hoops? These classic jewelry options are timeless in design and work with every type of outfit opt for gold or silver for a traditional feel, or inject a little color into your outfit with a statement piece? You’ll want to rock this combo every day, no matter where you’re heading.


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The Autumn-Winter color palette represents an emergence of confidence through bold visceral options of colors. This color palette reflects our wide acceptance of color and combinations suggest that we are hungry for liberation and want to realize our own individualized, unique identities.

Rock in your Autumn-Winter collection :)

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