Spring-Summer 2016 Fashion trends: Dark colors
Trend analysts at Trendstop.com - one of the world's leading trend forecasting agencies, renowned for its insightful trend analysis and forecasts - have revealed another key color direction in women's wardrobe for the hot season of 2016.
'Making a striking contrast to the season's trademark pastels and brights, deep Summer Darks offer a sophisticated color alternative. Two key shades make a rich impact on women's apparel and accessories - Grape Juice and Beetle Green'.
Replacing Winter's Ermine Purple, a deep, red-toned purple creates the rich appeal of Grape Juice. Mary Katrantzou works with a brogue-inspired digital print on an unconventional dress, as satiny textures look elegant on slit skirts at Emilio de la Morena. House of Holland demonstrates a more casual approach with a plain fabric surface.
Grape Juice works as one of Spring-Summer's core colors, and is best suited to the Junior and Contemporary Markets. Rustic straw hats feel newly refined at Paul Smith, as painterly graphics stand out on statement earrings at Claire Barrow. Alternatively, tinted lenses express a contemporary cool on Jonathan Saunders sunnies.
Beetle Black makes the transition from Winter, refreshed with a vivid green tint while retaining a rich iridescent gloss. Antipodium applies the shade with shimmering pleats to a layered dress, while black and white contrasts add emphasis at Mary Katrantzou. Supple leather textures add a rich finish, as seen in Simone Rocha's coat.
Suitable for all Markets, Beetle Green is one of Spring-Summer 2016's key fashion colors. In accessories, Simone Rocha again demonstrates how well leather surfaces work with a classic handbag and quirky leather sandals. Antonio Berardi opts for a high-shine finish on strappy sandals.
Photos & Information: Trendstop.com
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