Last Updated on March 18, 2021
We come bearing good news: there are only 15 days until spring – so which colours will you be wearing to bring in the new season?
This year, the change in season means more than just longer days. We’re looking forward to getting our freedom back, seeing the end of lockdown, being reunited with our friends and families and returning to the new normal.
While we’ve spent the most of lockdown in knits and loungewear, we’re more excited than ever to dress up once again. So which colours are trending for spring?
This year, muted tones are no where to be seen. Instead we’re embracing colourful fashion, with bold pinks, mellow yellows and bright oranges taking centre stage.
With the help of some of our favourite influencers, we take a closer look
Illuminating yellow was one of Pantone’s Colours Of The Year for 2021, offering a dash of hope and optimism for spring.
The colour was a feature of the ERDEM, Prada and Acne Studios runway shows, in a trend we can get on board with.
Bright pink is one of 2021’s biggest colours, after Chanel, Valentino and Roksanda celebrating it in their runway shows.
Green is another shade we’ll see all throughout summer, with neon greens, earth tones and bright hues amongst the trending colours.
While GANNI showcased a beautifully bold pop of green in its SS21 show, Balmain and David Koma opted for a neon tone instead. Whatever shade you prefer, prepare to see a lot more of it this summer.
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Bright orange was all over the SS21 catwalks, with almost every designer from Versace to Burberry utilising it in their SS21 shows.
For this colour trend, the brighter the better – as shown by the incredibly stylish Danielle Spencer (above).
Head-to-toe red was another trend we saw at many SS21 shows, with Fendi, Balenciaga, Givenchy, Chanel and many more celebrating the colour in their shows.
While the full look makes a statement, adding pops of red to an outfit is an easy way to add the colour to a look. Either way, we love it.
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