If you think that saturated colours are suitable only for summer and spring, then we’d like to convince you of the opposite. With the help of a small bright and colourful accent, any winter image can sparkle with new life. Today, we’re going to tell you about five trendy colours that you should add to your winter wardrobe. They will look great as the centrepieces of certain outfits, or when worn head-to-toe.
The Pantone Color Institute has announced ‘Very Peri’, a deep and rich shade of purple, as the colour of 2022. Therefore, we recommend that you take a closer look at the clothes available in this colour. We especially like violet ‘head-to-toe’ looks, which can be unobtrusively complemented by contrasting colour accessories.
Fuchsia-coloured clothes add a bit of ‘vitamin D’ to your winter wardrobe. The combination of this colour with more muted, powdery or delicate pastel pink shades looks spectacular. If you’re not feeling a mono-palette, then fuchsia perfectly harmonizes with black and grey colours too.
This colour was huge last year, and moving into 2022, it hasn’t yet waned in popularity. Green will provide a certain freshness to your image, exuding summer notes. Now, various shades of this colour are increasingly relevant – from saturated emerald to bright neon and lime.
This is another current trend that has 2021 to thank. If you’re still thinking about whether it’s worth buying clothes in a cheerful orange shade, then the answer is definitely yes. For a more relaxed look, orange can be combined with beige, grey or black.
Deep and electric blues are also peaking in popularity. This colour, especially in winter, will remind you of the calm sea and the clear sky, which, here in Russia, we all miss dearly. In comparison with other shades from our list, blue is a calmer colour that fits perfectly into your current wardrobe and is suitable for everyday wear.