Top Autumn Colour Trends 2017
Posted on 04 October 2017
This is such an exciting season with Autumn 2017 trends worn in a contrast of muted tones highlighted by strong accents of copper, lilac, mustard and scarlet red. What is more unusual for this season are the unexpected colour and pattern combinations and we will show you some of these later.
To give you a flavour of this season's colour choices YourMO have pulled out the colour palette for Autumn/Winter 2017 in London so you can begin to filter your wardrobe choices by 'in colour trend'.
Image: Cr Pantone's Colour Palette - London AW17
Textured, florals, mix-prints, frills, ruffles and ruching are all still filling up the High Street trends and if you are like us at Modern Outfitters, you don't quite want to go all out Lawrence Llewellyn-Bowen with frills and ruffles galore, but to wear a toned down version, more classically styled, then we can show you how!
How are you going to wear your Autumn style this AW17? Why not post up pictures of your fave combinations this Autumn to our Twitter or Facebook - we love reader and customer feedback :)
So, to help you out, Modern Outfitters are going to select Autumn Style Trends for you in key season categories chosen for colour and style to give you a flavour of what you will be seeing over the coming months across our store and with the big Brands.
Jeans and trousers this season are most worn in classic black, navy or grey, but wildcards are out there and if you want to stand out, wear something different or jeans, then why not choose a new pair in this season's colours. Go for khaki's, beiges or statement reds and strut your stuff! See the combination of textures, frills or classics to wear with them. Here's our selection of statement Autumn Trends in Trousers and Jeans:
Autumn knitwear, you can stick with the classics of black, grey and Navy and still be on-trend and Navy blue jumpers with fluffy finished, textures and stripes are in. If you want to steer away from navy knits there's plenty of choice with cable knit jumpers being a big one along with longline jumpers, cowl neck jumpers and turtleneck jumpers. Use textures to flatter your shape and draw your eye where you need it. Look taller with vertical stripes or multi-tone to colour block and slim you down. Use cowl neck jumpers to draw your eye up your body to your chest and chunky cable knit jumpers to hide those syns! Knitwear can be stylish, so don't be afraid to mix textures, colours and patterns to accentuate your shape, whilst feeling cosy and warm in the cooler months.
We still can't go wrong with a black maxi dress but this season you will see side split black maxi dress or plunge neck maxi dress with thigh split - they are growing party dress trends. If you are looking to move away from the LBD scenario, then bodycon dresses in a host of colours are out there. We love our velvety burgundy glittery bodycon dress. There are plenty of alternatives on the market with floral cold shoulder dresses, frill sleeve cold shoulder dresses and all in this season's Autumn palette. To be a bit different you could select a one shoulder dress - we have this season's in three colours with a bell style skirt and floral shoulder frill, not only does it hide those bumps, it's stylish too. If you are looking for maxi prom dresses or ball gowns we have a great selection in a multitude of colours. Shimmy your way across the dance floor with metallics, shiny or wet look dresses. Our cut-out shoulder range comes in range of 3 colours and patterns.
Casual Autumn dresses are great and it's a time to feel cosy and warm but to look uber stylish. In abundance this season you will see many different versions of the shirt dress and if you can bag yourself a khaki shirt dress or pink shirt dress or a twist on a denim shirt dress you will be ahead of the crowd - they are selling out fast everywhere, don't wait around Shirt dresses are great - especially shirt dresses with long sleeves or roll-up sleeve shirt dresses as these give you the greatest flexibility with transitional wear. If going with a swing is more you why not bag yourself a classic tunic dress which are easily teamed with heels, flats or knee length boots to give you comfort, style and versatility. If you want something with a bit more oomph, frill hemlines are all the range. Go with a frill hem dress or perhaps a bell sleeve dress to add volume where you want it. Longline jumper dresses are all super popular either in fine knit or cable knit designs. They look great teamed with skinny jeans or knee length boots.
Why not post up a selfie on your take on the Autumn Winter palette :)
Signing off for now and back soon with more style tips and guides on what to wear this Autumn.
♡ Cass @ YourMO ♡