It is not the most popular and used nor the most loved color yet orange has started to appear and has every reason to become one of main trends in the future. It makes us think of summer and at the same time goes well with autumn, the fact is that designers are continuing to use it more and more. The question is how to combine it?
The TV series “Orange is the New Black” summarized the trend of the last few years in one sentence. The catwalks of the most famous brands have been celebrating this color for years. Orange is a symbol of optimism and when times get tough fashion is usually daring with strong colors or even fluorescent. There are two shades that will be in fashion this winter, namely Autumn glory and Butterscotch, as they have called them pantone, opening the way to all the shades from the coldest and brightest to the warmest ones.
(Loewe, Fendi, Hermés, Salvatore Ferragamo)
But how to combine orange? The combination of orange and ash blue is definitely worse trying for a sophisticated and elegant look. Another great idea is to combine it with white that will make it even more lit. If you love contrasts and strong colors, you can combine orange with intense green (as well as with very fashionable forest green in this season), fuchsia or deep pink.
For a classic and chic effect we recommend instead blue and beige while for more daring you can try an orange total look as seen on the catwalks.
In short, orange is definitely a color to experiment for future events! Look at the looks available for hire here