With Resort '19 wrapped up at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia and Cruise '19 unfolding in Europe, the latest collections have given us a glimpse at the colour palette we'll be wearing come Between maxi dresses in barely-there beige and off-white, and military button-ups in deep green, the medium was neither here nor there.
Here, your colour forecast. We recommend stocking up now. Lee Mathew's breezy, resort-in-a-tropical-location-appropriate separates focused heavily on the dark-light dichotomy. Between maxi dresses in barely-there beige and off-white, and military button-ups in deep green, the medium was neither here nor there. This soft buttermilk yellow, a few shades lighter than its Gen-Z counterpart.
After seeing a lot of sky blues in , we'll expect to move towards a slightly deeper powder blue. Christopher Esber, Louis Vuitton. One of the most eye-catching elements from Louis Vuitton's latest show aside from the flaming red roses painted onto the foreheads of the models was the soft sage green seen in some of the pleated smocks and fold-detail shorts. Clear out your crisp whites and oyster silvers, we're predicting will be all about oat.
A muted take on linen, this shade is the new neutral. Wear paired with deeper tones like olives, navies or terracottas, or with white and black. Dior, Christopher Esber, Anna Quan. We've always had an affinity for the wearable olive green, but this season's take—moodier and deeper—hits all the marks for us.
However, do make sure you style it in a contemporary way. An emerging styling trend is to fully tuck-in tops. This can help to control volume and create shape within an outfit. However, this technique looks best if you have a defined waist and your tummy isn't too large.
Using a half or partial tuck still looks contemporary and may work better for you than a fully tucked-in top. Floral prints remain as a major trend this Autumn and Winter season.
In particular, statement florals on dark backgrounds. The dominant trend in dresses is for flowy, feminine styles in midi and maxi lengths.
Styles include fit-and-flare dresses great if you have a defined waist ; wrap styles; and there are some slip dresses available add suitable shaping underwear and perhaps a top with semi-opaque sleeves, or a tee shirt. There are fewer options for straighter shapes and all-over volume -- make sure the colour or pattern of these looks contemporary, to keep your look current.
It's good to see an increasing variety of styles, lengths, colours and patterns available for skirts. There are still pencil skirts available, if that's your preference for work.
However, there are also a range of styles that allow for more movement, and work for larger hips, and in more casual environments, such as floaty, subtle-A-line styles. Pants continue to be easy to find in a wide variety of widths. It will be easier to find full length styles as well as cropped styles, this season. Wider legs styles are the main emerging trend. This includes a few culotte options.
However, there's no need to throw out your slim and skinny pants! And these styles are still available to buy. Images clockwise from top left: High, round necklines are dominant this season. If you prefer scooped or v-neckline styles use a scarf or necklace to give the illusion of the shape you prefer!
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