Are you one of the people who always has to stay up to date with the newest fashions? Are you the first to scroll the Fashion Nova or Zara sites when you see the 20% off sales? Do you add all types of clothes to your online cart, then actually press checkout because you’re afraid that your favorite item will go out of stock? It’s a yes for me! And I’m pretty sure many others can relate. This is the season for us shopaholics and fashion fiends! This year we will be bringing in vibrant colors. According to L’Officiel Fashion, the three biggest colors for fall fashion are yellow, orange and pink. These colors have been picked to end the year with a bold statement.
(Balmain Winter/Fall 2021)
After a challenging year, bringing in the color fuchsia pink proposes inspiration and assertiveness. It also symbolizes confidence. Pink isn’t just a summer thing, okay? Balmain and Raf Simmons have utilized fuchsia pink in their outerwear. Kim Kardashian recently dropped her Skim x Fendi line which incorporates vibrant shades of pink color, and Zara brings in a splash of fuchsia with their accessories, such as the satin purse below.
Fendi Fall/Winter 2021)
The year 2021 rolls out the dynamic vibrant color scarlet orange for the fall and winter. Orange radiates warmth, confidence, and energy. Scarlet orange has been previously worn on the runway with Louis Vuitton, Off-White, Fendi, and many more. This color can be dressed up with a trench coat, with a chunky heel, or dressed down just with a simple turtleneck and blue jeans.
Marc Jacobs (Fall/Winter 2021)
Many people wonder why this bright yellow is incorporated into fall fashion 2021. It is said that yellow brings about cheerfulness, enthusiasm and confidence. This fall we are bringing the bright tones out! If the color yellow is a bit too much for you, you can always dim it down with one of fall’s classics such as nude or a grey.
As you can see, this fall the designers and stylist have changed up our favorite traditional colors for ones that are bold and vibrant. So shopaholics and fashion fiends, make an effort to work these featured looks into your wardrobe. Believe me, you won’t go wrong.
By Dasia Garner, Senior, Gwendolyn Brooks College Prep