Spring is peeking its head around the corner, but the fashion world is already setting its sights on fall. While editors and enthusiasts are poring over the next ready-to-wear and accessory must-haves, we're also taking note of some emerging color trends. There was a noticeable shift to traditionally warmer tones, like burnt oranges and rich emerald greens, as seen on the runways of Khaite, Max Mara, and Emilia Wickstead. A more surprising trend: Versions of electric blue and variations of yellows were seen popping up in the new collections of MSGM, Victor Glemaud, and Molly Goddard. So no matter your mood, there’s likely a color combo for you. Click through to discover what shades we're most excited for this fall, and get ahead of the game by shopping out pieces today.
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Right off the bat, we noticed our favorite nostalgic fall color. Brands like Emilia Wickstead, Etro, and Ulla Johnson all sent this foliage-inspired burnt orange down the runway, often paired with slightly subdued color blocking like muted blues and deep burgundy at Batsheva and Nanushka.
This season, Khaite, Ferragamo, and countless other fashion houses sent models down the runway in this eye-catching emerald green. This stunning shade was reimagined in forms of silky dresses, oversized coats, and all your favorite fall pieces.
This sexy shade is a no-brainer; it's always worthy of the spotlight. Models at Valentino, Sportmax and Alaïa (to name only a few) glided down the runway decked head-to-toe in punk yet romantic shades of stark black.
Brands from Victor Glemaud, Prada and Acne Studios all showed different citrusy tones in their new collections this season. Come fall, reach for these happy-go-lucky bright shades of yellow in knits, dresses, and suiting, and don't let summer pass you by.
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