It might only be the first week of September and, yes, summer wares may still line the shelves of our favourite high street stores, but we can't help but notice that the new-in sections are slowly but surely being infiltrated by autumn pieces—from trans-seasonal jackets to sturdy boots—and we're not going to lie, we're pretty excited about it.
There are a few colours that inevitably dominate every single autumn, however, there are some new additions that are set to make a splash this September. While last year everyone lost it over browns and khakis, this year it's more about colour binaries: think lime green rubbing shoulders with burnt orange, and pale beige put into relief by fashion editor black (yes we know it's not technically a colour but... fashion).
Of course, we don't like to be too prescriptive about these things, but if you think about it, giving a nod to a new season hue is surely one of the easiest ways to freshen up your wardrobe. After all, you probably already own at least one piece in one of the below shades, so it's merely a case of experimenting with new combinations—for example, why not try a lime green knit with a pleated beige skirt? Or pack a punch with a head-to-toe black ensamble?
So, if you're desperate for a little autumnal inspo, keep scrolling to see the five colours that we are most excited to wear for the new season and 16 pieces that you can wear already.
Style Notes: The general public seems to have a bit of a love-hate relationship with lime green, and it can certainly be a tricky look to pull off. Luckily, for 2020, it comes in softer shades and premium-feel fabrics that give it a vintage twist: Think linen and satin.
Style Notes: Yes, we know that black is technically an absence of colour, but we can't ignore the fact that head-to-toe black outfits have flooded Instagram this year. The black cardi seems to be having a moment, in particular, bringing with it a more quirky spin on the traditionally austere fashion-editor uniform.
Style Notes: Fashion-lovers are coming over all autumnal with this fallen leaf-inspired colour trend. It's one of those shades that is surprisingly flattering on everyone, plus it's sure to look just as good now as it will in December. Win win.