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The Colours We’ll all be Wearing This Autumn

There has undoubtedly been no shortage of bold and beautiful colour both on and off the runway recently. From hues of purple on the runway – find out how to where the shade right here – to vibrant colour combinations spotted on the streets of New York – discover our favourite looks here – there really is something for all lovers of wearing colour to enjoy this coming season. 

But if you perhaps like to take a more understated approach to the colour palette you embrace each season, you’re in luck as the streets of Paris were awash with neutral shades in all different tones. Whether it’s soft sandstone hues, rich caramels of earthy browns, the season’s new neutrals are anything but boring.

Get inspired by taking a look at the fashionistas of Paris Fashion Week in the gallery below.

How to Wear Purple This Season

Love lilac? Here’s how to wear purple this season.

Purple – or Ultra Violet, to be precise – might have been 2018’s colour of the year, but it’s taken a good season or two for every variation of the enchanting shade to make its way into our wardrobe. But now that autumn is here, it feels like rich shades of aubergine to lovely lilacs are here to stay. 

While the out-there shade might feel like it’s one of the harder colours to work into your wardrobe, don’t be fooled into thinking this 0n-trend hue is too difficult to wear. The autumn/winter runway quickly proved our point with every shade of purple imaginable being paraded down the runway. While tonal purple dressing is definitely an option if you’re not quite ready to wear purple from head-to-toe the easiest way to start embracing this colour trend is by pairing your favourite purple shade with your current wardrobe staples.  

Surprisingly, there’s not a lot of other colours that purple doesn’t go with. Pastel shades – think icy shades of blue, blush pinks and even mint green – are making a comeback this season and pair perfectly with soft lilac hues. Neutral shades of caramel and earthy brown will give purple a contemporary twist. But for those who really want to turn heads and aren’t afraid of bright colours, look to team purple with fiery shades of red, piquant orange and hot pink.

Take a look in the gallery below to discover how to wear purple as inspired by our favourite looks straight from Fashion Week.

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