Runway To Real Way: Fall For Orange In Spring

It’s a very common misconception that certain colors are only allowed during certain seasons. Sure, jewel tones look best against a wintry fabric and pastels pop most in summer but the fashion color wheel is available all year round for us to dabble in as we so desire. Many of us would look at orange and immediately think of the falling leaves of, well, fall. But judging from the Spring/Summer 2016 runways, designers are bringing this autumnal color front and center for the spring.

The Way to Go High Low: Orange You Glad It’s Spring?

Pantone may swear by pastels like rose quartz and serenity for 2016, but if the runways are any clue, it’s pretty clear that orange is also going to be a major color trend for this spring. From Altuzarra’s floral prints to Karen Walker’s navy and tangerine color combo, all signs point to the fact that the citrusy hue will be big this season.

New York Fashion Week Spring '16: Altuzarra's Bold And Sexy Separates

Altuzarra‘s SS16 collection has been added to my top five list of shows since New York Fashion Week kicked off last Thursday. The ready-to-wear designer sent saturated colors and playful yet powerful items down the runway that work for day and night. Warm weather leathers, tie-dye and military inspired styles all formed an incredibly cohesive …

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