Say a-di-os to your grey wardrobe


Fall 2018 is all about colours. Reds, yellows, oranges and lilacs become our best go-to options for the coming season. There is something about the colder weather and grey days that suggests us to rock the neutral hues more than ever. But what about making the sunshine through a colourful closet? Smart, I know. Keep reading to check the non-conventional palette from the Pantone Fashion Colour Trend Report Fall/Winter 18/19 and see how to wear these beautiful shades.

Valiant Poppy

According to Pantone, this hue is a "brave and outgoing red shade effusive in its allure". Not exactly your classic beige but just perfect for the Fall. This beautiful red that reminds us of the leaves falling from the trees during autumn, and it looks fabulous when paired with baby-blue, light denim and all shades of pale light blue.

Vilshenko AW18/19 coat in Valiant Red and other items in the Pantene colour 18-1549

Vilshenko AW 18/19 coat 

1 - Borsalino Fedora, 2 - Jessica Biales Ruby ring, 3 - YSL Rouge Spencer Lipstick, 4 - Coliac Tiffany boots.

Ceylon Yellow

This greenish yellow is described as "savoury and spicy yellow" by Pantone colour experts. Mix this rich touch of gold with a soft pink or lavender to achieve a gorgeous look with a brush of exotic Orient that will bring you some warm in the colder days. A.P.C. paired a Ceylon Yellow outfit with black cowboy boots, which will be a must this season.

A.P.C. AW18/19 maxi coat in Ceylon Yellow and other items in the same colour palette

A.P.C. AW 18/19 maxi-coat

1 - Laneus hoodie, 2 - Isabel Marant boots, 3 - Adam Lippes velvet pants

Martini Olive

Among all the bold colours of this coming season, there's also room for the elegant Martini Olive, a "smooth, sophisticated and urbane green". It is a versatile colour that goes very well with hues of brown and green and any other tone you'd see on the floor of the woods in autumn.

Sonia Rykiel AW 18/19 raincoat, pullover and gloves in hues of Martini Olive

Sonia Rykiel AW 18/19 raincoat

1 - Aquazzura suede ankle boots, 2 - Sonia Rykiel beret, 3 - Stephen Dweck cuff, 4 - Sonia Rykiel gloves.

Russet Orange

"This forest floor orange speaks to earthen warmth", says Pantone. This reddish-orange makes us dream of strolling in the woods on a sunny yet chilly Sunday morning. Paul & Joes styled the warm orange with burgundy, pink and camel for the AW 18/19 show.

Paul & Joe AW 18/19

Paul & Joe AW 18/19

1 - Gucci ring, 2 - Céline Pullover, 3 - Joseph pants, 4 - L'Autre Chose boots.

Crocus Petal

A sweeter and more delicate shade of Ultraviolet, which is the Pantone colour for this year, Crocus Petal looks fantastic with green and "adds a light and airy spring-like feeling" to your autumn wardrobe.

Nina Ricci A/W 18/19 and how to wear Pantone Crocus Petal

Nina Ricci A/W 18/19

1 - See By Chloé dress, 2 - Gucci sunglasses, 3 - Fleur du Mal bra, 4 - Adidas sneakers


This yellow full of life and energy is described by Pantone as "animated and effervescent". Pair it with silver or greys for an exciting look!

Prada A/W 18/19 silver dress worn over limelight top

Prada A/W 18/19

1 - Germanier mini-skirt, 2 - Ienki Ienki puffer coat, 3 - Adidas By Stella Mccartney, 4 - Kate Cate shoulder strap.

Core Fall Shades

Before you get tired of a super bright and colourful wardrobe, here are five central hues that are easy-to-wear and will surely last for several seasons. They are perfect for those more expensive basic and classic pieces that you can pair with almost everything.

Central colour palette for all seasons

The Gigi AW 18/19