The a/w 2018 catwalk went full throttle, featuring every hue under the sun – from the punchiest reds to the brightest blues. Here, we show you how to inject a dose of happiness into your own wardrobe with a bright pop of colour.
It has become the norm to see black, grey, navy and brown on an autumn/ winter catwalk: they are the staple colours of our seasonal wardrobe, are they not?
Well, not according to Valentino, Boss, Armani and Tibi. This season has seen the big fashion houses opted for primary brights: think red, yellow, green, lilac and blue. Proving that, just because the weather is taking a turn, your clothes absolutely do not have to.
Our edit of the best stand-out wardrobe pieces will bring you all the joy. That’s a promise.
Wool longline double face coat, £280, jigsaw-online.com
Tie-detail satin blouse, £235, Self Portrait at net-a-porter.com
Cross tie bow suede sandal, £120, Ted Baker at johnlewis.com
Asymmetric belted dress, £190, karenmillen.com
Seamed boucle coat, £80, topshop.com
Silk blouse with gathered neck, £179, hugoboss.com
Box bag, £25, very.co.uk
Pleated midi skirt, £155, reiss.com
Rectangular resin drop earrings, £4.99, newlook.com
Green wrap dress, £165, kitristudio.com
Small green clutch, £295, Cult Gaia at harveynichols.com
Royal blue belted jacket, £169, finerylondon.com
Lock detail clutch, £60, dunelondon.com
Royal blue tailored trousers, £99, finerylondon.com
Strap satin sandals, £99, kurtgeiger.com
Crinkle silk midi dress, £365, Baum und Pferdgarten at themodist.com
Suede sling back sandals, £370, Tibi at net-a-porter.com
Lilac satin shirt, £100, Gestuz at harveynichols.com
Shimmery trousers, £120, uterque.com
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