Colour is always a key theme in our spring trends report whatever the year, however, in 2019 the colours that are dominating are both flattering and elegant, meaning they are set to really define the season. The five colours that we think will resonate most are already flooding new-in sections, so you don't need the weather to change to start incorporating them into your wardrobe.
Sage green and beige are the two colours that dominated the catwalks for spring/summer 2019, however, bright pinks, purples and a specific dusty midnight blue are other shades that we also really want to buy into. Many of these colours, such as beige, sage and midnight blue, work like neutrals, are so easy to blend with other colours and will go with most of the items in your wardrobe. Keep scrolling to shop our favourite new pieces divided into all the key colours of the season.
Purple might not sound like the most obvious colour choice for a tonal outfit, but clearly Instagram's most stylish think otherwise. From pastel-hued lilac to full-on violet, this royal shade has been spreading like wildfire across our favourite feeds, including Ellie from Slip into Style, who has opted for a purple suit and mid-height black boots. Oh so '80s, in the best way possible.
You can't talk about trending colours in 2019 without mentioning green—from neon to puke, olive to lime, new-in sections are bombarded with 50 shades of green. The most popular shade is a more muted sage, which you can buy in everything from handbags to cardigans. We also love the sage bras from COS, which show that everything looks good in this colour.
Pink isn't going anywhere for 2019, as everything from Pepto Bismol to a lighter more sugary pink is in new-in sections right now. We are most taken by the A.W.A.K.E top and skirt set in a bright rose shade.
Beige is one of the leading trends for spring/summer 2019, and this is a really sophisticated colour palette that will elevate any outfit. The best way to wear it is to stick to a tonal outfit working with these oatmeal, biscuit, blush and off-white shades.
Satin is a fabric that is really dominating the high street and luxury sites right now, and it arguably looks the most luxurious in this dusty blue colour. The circle bag by The Row is our dream purchase.