Tuesday, 22 September 2015

AW15 Colour Palette & Style Inspiration


Hey guys,
Today I thought I would share with you the colour palette for AW15 that has been seen at shows and on fashion stars everywhere. I also thought I would include some photos of outfits demonstrating this colour palette from shows, bloggers and street style stars! Disclaimer: These photos are not mine. I hope you get some inspiration!

So the main colours for autumn winter start with black and grey. Ive seen lots of black as usual but also lots of greys emerging in the stores and at the shows. These are the easiest colours to wear and go with anything, so a black or grey coat is a great investment piece.


The next colour that is HUGE this year is burgundy / wine red. This colour has been seen everywhere for this season, so make sure you pick up a burgundy item this season. Check out my bag trend post to see my burgundy bag!


Next up in camel and beige. An obvious choice for fall, its still light but is a complete neutral that goes with everything you already own. Buy a camel jacket in an interesting cut and layer over everything for instant style.


Another colour you need in your autumn wardrobe is navy blue, this colour is a close second to black as the basic colour to base your outfits on, its been seen everywhere and is such a stylish simple colour. Get yourself some smart navy trousers or an oversized navy blazer, it will never fail.



Finally, the last colour for AW15 is dark emerald green. The darker the better. This such a nice colour for this season as its fairly unusual, and now its finally got its moment in the spotlight. Green is a very versatile colour and works well with all the above colours! 


So thats all the main colours for AW15, its a great combo, and by choosing items with these colours you'll be able to create a wardrobe of wearable, versatile pieces that are very on trend for this season! Feel free to share your AW15 looks with me on Instagram ( @gracexkidd ) and twitter ( @gokiddooo ) 
I'd love to see what you create! Hope you found this post helpful and got inspired! 
Thanks everyone,
Grace x

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