3 Hottest Color Trends for Fall/Winter 2021/2022

Three colors that will distract us from the cold climate of the upcoming season: yellow, orange, and pink will be the three color trends of Fall/Winter 2021-2022. Scarlet orange, lemon yellow, and pink dominated the catwalks of Versace, Prada, and Gucci last season.

How To Wear Orange?

Orange is not the easiest color to wear as the color can be quite bright and overpowering. However, if orange suits your personal color palette, there are many fabulous ways to wear orange in all kinds of color combinations.

Here are a few surprising ways to wear orange recommended by a personal stylist.

Pair orange with neutrals – white, black or gray

A great way to let the bold tones of your orange piece stand out without competing with any other color, is to pair orange with neutrals – white, black or gray.

While gray has an unfair reputation for being dull, wearing with a pop of bright color with definitely liven it up.

From black to nude shades, your look will be cleaner and more refined with the fun and punchy characteristics of orange.

Pair orange with beige

Beige is one of those colors which is often seen as “boring”. One way to make sure that your beige definitely isn’t dull is to wear it with orange.

Pair orange with blue

Blue and orange are dominant colors, even if used in a monochromatic color scheme. But include both in the same image, and you’ll maximize the power of this combination. The cold of the blue tones emphasizes the warmth of the orange ones. And vice versa.


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How To Wear Yellow?

Yellow is associated with sunshine, happiness, laughter, optimism and good times. It remains popular as an accent color. The world is going through some tough times right now, so anything to bring some cheer can only be a good thing.

Yellow can be easily worn as a top. It looks fabulous with neutral bottoms like white or black pants or skirts or blue jeans.

You can minimize the effect of the yellow by combining your yellow top with a blazer in a more neutral colors from your basic wardrobe.

This will still give you the hip vibrancy of yellow without the yellow overpowering you too much.

Try on different shades of yellow to discover which hue of yellow is right for you: buttery yellow, lemon, marigold and mustards colors

Pair yellow with Neutrals – White, Black or Gray

If you don’t feel like wearing very bright colors but still like to liven up your outfit with a bit of sunshine, accessorizing is the best way to add color to your outfit and take it to the next level.

Yellow looks great with an all-white outfit or a black and white combination. Just add a yellow bag, belt, scarf or necklace and you’re good to go.

Pair Yellow with Blue

Wearing yellow and blue is a classic combination. Opting for a navy shade is an easy way to get this look. But you could also choose turquoise, cobalt or paler shade of blue.

How To Wear Pink?

The color pink is considered to be a calming color associated with love, kindness, and femininity. Most people usually associate pink with all things feminine and girly.

Pink is one of those colors that divides opinion. You probably either love to wear it, or never wear pink at all. However, if you’re wondering how to wear pink so you look sophisticated rather than girly, there are plenty of ways to wear it in a chic and stylish way, whether you choose a pale pastel shade or a bright shocking pop of pink.

Pink never really goes out of style. It is on trend for the Fall / Winter 2021/2022 season.

You can create fabulous outfits with different shades of pink: from pale baby pinks to peachy shades and shocking pinks.

Pink can be universally flattering; it warms your skin tone and makes you look healthier.

Often times, especially as we get older, we tend to shy away from wearing pink. We either refuse to come across as if we’re playing princess or just feel that the look is too frilly and girly. But, wearing pink can create a really chic look.

Pink is a very feminine and pretty color which van feel too girlish for women. Therefore a great trick is to go for really masculine styles and select pieces with menswear-inspired cuts and silhouettes to counterbalance the girlishness.

Pair Pink with Neutrals – Black, White or Gray

If you really don’t want to look too girly, wearing pink with black is a good choice. You can wear black with any shade of pink and it immediately gives your look a more “grounded” appearance rather than being overly romantic.

An easy, fresh combination you can put together is pink and white. You can either keep your whole look soft and tonal by opting for a pastel pink, or you can create a punchier look with bright pink and crisp white.

A softer, beautiful combination can be to pair pink and gray. Because gray as a neutral doesn’t always make a huge impact on its own, this allows the pink parts of your outfit to stand out.

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