Colour Trend: Fifty Shades of Purple
After orange, another colour to look out for is plush purple. This shade of royalty is going to reign over trends for the next season on the runway as well as off it. Bring out your plums, lavenders, mauves and lilacs and look your girly best.
Not only does vivacious purple look great on any type of complexion and skin tone, but it is figure-flattering as well. However, too much of purple can end in disaster. Such a rich colour should not be worn in excess. A purple dress should not be overly accessorised as the bold colour packs enough of a punch for the whole look. Purple tops look amazing when paired with browns and greys, it tones down the colour to make you look extra classy. If you have something more subtle in mind, then add a dash of purple with your accessories and bag. Finishing off a neutral outfit with purple pumps or flats is an uber trendy way of making the right kind of style statement.
This luxurious shade of plum is ultra feminine and glam but should never be worn from top to bottom. Choose your shade according to the occasion – lighter for the day and darker for the night. Watch heads turn as glorious shades of violet seep into your wardrobe.