Green still reigns on the runways, although the popular Bottega Green from several seasons has been dethroned by matcha green. This muted, slightly "dingy" shade of powdered Japanese tea has appeared in collections by Saint Laurent and Victoria Beckham. Its charm will be highlighted in dresses with striking details - gathers, cutouts, and fringes.
Juicy, saturated and intense lemon is another shade of green that dominates in spring and summer collections. Almost neon, bright green is perfect for people with striking features, but it can also be successfully combined with white, toning down the overall perception. It is worth investing in a lemon-coloured suit; meanwhile, dresses in this colour will beautifully accentuate a summer tan.
Like every spring, designers are bringing back colours that are optimistic and reminiscent of nature coming to life and longer, sun-filled days. In the spring and summer collections, the warm shade of yellow has appeared frequently in the form of women's dresses, as well as total looks consisting of pants and short corset tops.
Another fashionable colour evokes tasty, fruity connotations. Ripe mango, juicy orange, tangerine, and even papaya - on the catwalks we have seen almost all shades of orange that come to mind. Although orange - like yellow - looks best in total looks, it also likes the company of contrasting accessories.
The great return of red was already announced in the fall and winter collections. But during the spring shows, there was a real explosion of it. Shades of saturated, bloody red, cool carmine or subdued red wine - there is full freedom in choosing the perfect shade. Red dominated all parts of the wardrobe, including shoes, bags, and even tights.
After the real madness associated with Barbiecore and Valentino's pink collection, spring is the time to cool down emotions. The most fashionable shade of pink according to designers will be less bright, but still, sweet Candy Pink, usually worn in the form of minimalistic dresses.
We cannot imagine a summer without white - summer dresses and linen shirts are the quintessence of a summer wardrobe. Designers share the same opinion: on the catwalks, they showed a lot of silhouettes in the colour of pure white from head to toe. This time, it's worth betting on minimalism: simple tank tops, wide pants, or oversized shirts.
A slightly turquoise, gentle shade of blue reminiscent of a summer sky was proposed in their collections by designers such as Michael Kors, Alberta Ferretti, and Missoni. This gentle and peaceful colour will perfectly enhance your summer wardrobe - it will be great as an elegant suit as well as a casual summer dress.
Reminiscent of precious stones or blooming cornflowers, cobalt blue completely dominated the Off-White and David Koma catwalks. It also appeared to a lesser extent in other fashion house collections, which leads us to believe that this colour will become a real hit next year. Cobalt's total looks in streetwear, glamorous, or casual styles show that it is a colour that is perfect for everyone, regardless of age or preferred style.
Spring and summer are times of joyful, saturated colours. But it doesn't mean that black should be avoided. Mysterious, and sexy, but also very comfortable and practical, black is timeless and works in almost every situation. Black loves high-quality materials that don't easily lose colour; it looks great in leather. When choosing black clothes, it's important to avoid boredom - playing with form and construction is highly recommended.