For any dress boutique, it’s essential to know the fashion color trends of the season and have pieces of those tones in their inventory.
Every year, the fashion shows of the most recognized brands in the world dictate the trends in colors. And while shades like black never go out of style, there are others like sage green that are all the rage and all the girls want to use it. Therefore, it’s recommended to be aware of the color trends and display them in the shop windows.
This fall-winter season, the big names in fashion refuse to see all gray or all black. Instead, they have given a leading role to soft colors that will brighten the last season of the year.
It’s time to prepare your fashion boutique for the fall-winter season 2019/2020. These are the color trends.
Soft colors will be essential throughout the fall/winter season, and the tone that all eyes are on is sage green.
This green is elegant, soft, and fresh, and thanks to its subtle gray notes, it’s very easy to combine. It had an important presence throughout the nineties when fashion icons like Princess Diana used it. Now it’s back and stronger than ever.
Another soft tone that's already trending this 2019 is baby blue.
Seen in top fashion shows, this blue gives a luminous touch to any wardrobe and is perfect for daytime events.
Neutral colors are always among fashion favorites, as they are versatile and so easy to use.
After appearing at major fashion shows of late, champagne was very popular in the summer and will continue for autumn and winter. Champagne is ideal for a one-color look, or to create an explosive combination with brick-red accessories.
We’ve said it... soft colors are leading this fall/winter season.
Among the pastel colors, blush can’t be overlooked. It has had a significant presence since spring. It’s versatile, timeless and fits all skin tones.
Major players in the fashion industry have stated that mauve is one of the colors that will have a huge presence in the season. It’s a perfect hue to break with all of fall and winter fashion rules.