February 09, 2020 05:22 PM | by Mai Atef
Really Bright Colors Are Still Going Strong for Fall 2020 Fashion Week
Let's kick off the Fall 2020 Fashion week with the best fall 2020 color trends from the runway. There was big variation in colors, most notably blue, fuchsia, green and red, along with some other neutral tones. Without further a do let's dive into the fashion color trends for fall 2020/winter 2021.
Olive Green Fashion
A lot fashion designers had olive green on their runway. It appeared in a variety of pieces. At Tom Ford we saw an olive green skirt, and there were olive green winter dresses at Brandon Maxwell that were really elegant. It is one of those elegant fall shades that can be worn in both a modern and classic way, according to your taste.
Bright Blue Fashion Trend
Bright colors have become a winter fashion trend now and so a lot of bright shades took over fashion week for fall 2020/winter 2021. The most common one was bright blue, which came in embroidered evening dresses and strong suits.
Red is a staple color that will always make its way in winter and summer fashion, but it was really present this year at the fall 2020 fashion shows. You can choose to wear it either as a coat or a sexy feminine evening dress. We also love this red jacket, black skirt combo.
This angelic pastel blue or baby blue is a beautiful shade for winter. It was also very popular this year with designers and you can wear pastel sweaters, baby blue coats or dresses for a soft heavenly fall or winter look that is a little untraditional.
Fuchsia and Pink Fashion
Fuchsia and pink were also strong popular colors this fashion week. We fell in love with Tom Ford's monochrome sweater and sequin skirt combos. If you like bold modern looks, pink is definitely a great option to consider for next year's fall, especially in suits and coats.
So much green...
Green is always so interesting to see on the runway. There was a diversity between bright and deeper green shades, so it would be easy for you to shop according to your preference and skin tone.
Beige and Camel Shades
Fall and winter colors cannot be complete without shades of beige, brown and camel. You must have at least one one these in your closet, it's a classic winter shade that is really chic and loved by so many.
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