HOTTEST COLOURS FOR FALL/WINTER 2013-2014

We present you a visual guide through the most fashionable shades and colours for fall/winter -2013-2014.

CRIMSON RED & BORDO

Crimson is stuck to the runways and its magnetic attraction will never fade away. During the fall and winter days the red colour will lose part of her vivacity and become more mysterious and more dramatic.

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BLUE ATTRACTION

Research all the blue shades that can come out of the ink. The royal blue radiates with power, reservation, and grace and is connected to the precious sapphire, so it’s not strange that it attracts more and more female fans.

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MYSTIC VIOLET

Fashion designers use violet and purple shades which are refined and mystic. These tones are associated with individuality, extravagancy, and unconventionality and are perfect for striking and elegant combinations.

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SNOWWHITENESS

Introduce some lightness in the dark days using white colours. White coloured combinations aren’t the most practical ones when you are faced with rainy and snowy weather, but that is the reason why wearing white attracts the attention and fills the thoughts with associations like neatness, perfectionism, sincerity and carefulness.

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OLIVE GREEN

The green shades, which remind of olives or are inspired by the military uniforms, enrich the new modern palette. The military print makes a come-back on the fashion scene, but this time in a more elegant version.

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PINK DELICACY

The delicacy of pink colour has strongly affected designers who decisively sent mini armies of models in delicate pink creations to the runways. The coats in ‘smoky’ pink colour have been classified as ‘must-have’ pieces for the season, therefore if you want to add pink to your wardrobe, buying a pink coat is the obvious choice.

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EMERALD GREEN

This colour has been proclaimed the colour of the year 2013. It is less used for clothes and more for jewelry and accessories. Therefore you can spice up your trendy look by adding some emerald accessories.

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DARK GREY

It is nearly impossible to avoid grey shades during these seasons, because they are great in balancing the presence of livelier colours. The dark grey shades are a perfect choice if you’re trying to achieve a businesslike look, but at the same time they can serve as the perfect solution for all colour combining dilemmas.

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