Trendy colours for winter 23-24
The arrival of a new season is always exciting. We're leaving the summer we've enjoyed behind us for the warmth of autumn, and the morning frosts that will gradually lead us into winter. To tackle autumn with maximum style, we're taking a look at the colours that will be dominating our wardrobes this winter, so you can get a head start on your back-to-school shopping. We're off!
Bright colours make winter vibrant
Bright, eye-catching orange
The colour orange has featured in many catwalk shows, marking the return of seventies tones, floral patterns and bohemian and hippie chic influences. Its cheerful hue asserts a confident, determined and joyful style. Orange can be worn as a total look with T-shirts, trousers and waistcoats, or paired with softer shades of orange. This versatile colour works with every style: casual, chic or casual for an eye-catching effect.
Red, deep and intense
This season will be intense with red as the dominant colour in our wardrobes. Lively and intense, it revives our spirits and gives us the depth to live life with passion this winter. For a more subtle shade, opt for a Bordeaux or Magenta red for a deeper, less garish look.
In small touches, red is making its way into our wardrobes through accessories such as a hat,, scarf, handbag or earrings.It's a discreet way of playing up the trend without overdoing it.
Blue, magnetic and electrifying
Blue may have been the colour of 2022, but it's taking over as the trend colour in 2023! From sky blue to royal blue to azure, this year it's electric blue that's winning the day. A vivid colour with character, it can be worn by men and women alike. Its luminous hue puts an end to dull winter looks by adding a magnetic, electrifying touch. For a casual, minimalist look, add a hint of electric blue with an accessory like our Dulce hat.
Neutral tones inspire softness and cocooning
Cream, natural and unique
Back to basics, a desire for softness... Shades of cream and beige are always very present in winter collections. If the trend has even made its way into men's wardrobes since 2021, it's to soften often dark, monochrome looks and reflect a cosy, elegant-chic fashion style. This neutral, versatile colour works with most of us, whatever the season. As a centrepiece with a cape over a top, this trend is easy to adopt. Some even say that one day, beige will dethrone black. Stay tuned.
Lilac, light and subtle
Halfway between violet and parma, the colour Lilac inspires elegance and subtlety. Its romantic notes blend perfectly with other neutral tones such as light grey, light yellow and powder pink. To liven up a dark room, opt for a lilac-coloured accessory like our Mezzani scarf or our Tivoli pompom hat. It's a simple, elegant way to make your style bolder and your complexion brighter with a soft touch of pastel.
What about dark colours this winter?
Even though colour is making its way into our wardrobes every winter, it's still struggling to dethrone black, brown, navy and grey.
Autumn and winter are still associated with dark, versatile colours. Black remains at the top of the trend, with its chic, neutral style: it serves as the basis of an outfit and is easy to combine with other colours.
As an alternative to black, navy blue is a popular choice. Sober and elegant without being sad, this colour remains at the top of the 2023 colour chart.
In the neutral tones of winter, grey is defending its place this year by becoming one of the main colours of the year.