Fall is coming and we should ready our closet for it. Before checking the online shops or stores to buy autumn clothes, it’s better to know about color trends.
We checked many different A/W 2020 Collections to find the fall 2020 Color trends and here we are going to introduce the most used colors
Pantone Color Institute recommends Amberglow as a top of Autumn color in the fall palette. This radiant orange screams “autumn” and is the perfect shade to pair with any neutral item sitting lonely in your closet.
Some of the Fashion Brands exhibited Amberglow shades -Dark to sharp like an Orange- for their overcoats, pullover, boots, bag and etc. It seems They want to remember all the beauty in fall nature.
Left to right: Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors, Carolina Herrera
It’s time to see this romantic and peaceful color in F/W collections. I think pink is such magic beside the fall warm colors. We can see overcoats, Dress, and Suit in Pink
Left to Right: Mui Mui, Alexander McQueen, Giambattista Valli, Fendi
Dark Olive green and Celery Green
Olive’s dark hue means it is sometimes mistaken for a pale brown. However, while olive sits between green and yellow on the color wheel, it’s generally thought to be a shade of green.
Several Green shades appear on fall/Winter 2020 runways. But the most shades of green are Olive Green dark to light and Celery green.
Left to Right: Fendi, Bottega Venteta, Chanel
All Shade of Gray
Gray, this lovely neutral color for fashion designers appears in all fall collections in different ways. Formal and informal, women wear and men wear clothes and accessories. Yes, gray is a grand color in the autumn palate with its 50 shades.
Left to Right: Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Fendi
Black in Monochrome Style
The F/W runways declared that black is anything but boring in 2020. The color was seen in all silhouettes and styles, from cutouts to fringe, puff sleeves to capes—breathing new life into the hue.
Left to Right: Jonathan Simkhai, Fendi, Prada, JW Anderson