A joyful approach to colour is starting to build with saturated hues of green. Natural and soothing shades make a strong statement, used in high-shine satin fabrics in head-to-toe looks for a modern-day glamorous aesthetic. Choose a softer tone for a minimalist approach to this colour trend.
Soft hues embody the summer minimalist aesthetic. This year we welcome new neutrals of pastel shades including ice blue, buttercream, pale pink, and spearmint. Take the lead from the S/S23 runways and add delicate pastel shades to your palette as a near-neutral for the season.
The highly versatile shade can act as a neutral for the seasons ahead. Adopt a paired back approach to the coloured suit, transpiring into a clean and minimalist look with a fresh aesthetic.
The latest colour direction is the glamorous and rich shades of jewel tones. Seen on the runway of Saint Laurent, shades of ruby reds, sapphire blues, amethyst purples, and emerald greens were used in head-to-toe looks. The essential shades for winter yet there’s an opportunity to use these luxe hues for a transeasonal twist in Spring Summer too.
Sunset shades bring energy and optimism to your Spring Summer wardrobe. Drawing inspiration from the warming hues of the setting sun. While this trend might have summery undertones, you can rest easy in the knowledge that these tones look just as good in the autumn months.