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Fall - Winter 2020 - 2021 Colour Trends: Green

Fall / Winter 2020-2021 Colour Trends: Greens

Green is the most fashionable colour for fall winter 2020/21.

The green trend took over the runways this season and many are the proposals of dresses, suits, jackets, skirts, pants and accessories in different shades of this color, perfect for all occasions.


Most fashionable green hues of the autumn-winter 2020/2021 season

Ultramarine Green

This deep and strong shade of green with a blue undertone is reminiscent of the vivid color of freshly wet leaves. Pantone describes it as exuding “self-assurance and poise”.

Ultramarine green is a classy color with a lot of sophistication, but at the same time audacious, with a warm and brilliant undertone capable of illuminating even the most serious outfit.

This shade of green is perfect for making head-to-toe garments or refined silk or velvet evening dresses, but also to brighten and bring playfulness to your daytime wardrobe.

We saw ultramarine green outfits at: Ulla Johnson, Altuzarra, Carolina Herrera, Hermes, Emilia Wickstead, Louis Vuitton, Gucci.


Emilia Wickstead Fall 2020 ready-to-wear
Emilia Wickstead

Ulla Johnson Fall 2020 ready-to-wear
Ulla Johnson

Hermes Fall 2020 ready-to-wear
Hermes

Photos via Vogue
Military Olive

Military olive is a semi-neutral dark green shade that turns to brown with a hint of yellow, typical of green olives.

It is a strong shade perfect for those who love sporty-chic fashion. You can wear it alone or combined with most of the other colors from the season.

We saw military olive garments at: Tom Ford, Ulla Johnson, JW Anderson, Balmain, Brandon Maxwell, Fendi, Longchamp.

JW Anderson Fall 2020 ready-to-wear
JW Anderson

Balmain Fall 2020 ready-to-wear
Balmain

Tom Ford Fall 2020 ready-to-wear
Tom Ford

Photos via Vogue

Pear Green

Pear green is a very desaturated shade of yellow green, reminiscent of the color of a juicy pear.
This vibrant and cheerful green shade is perfect to brighten autumn looks or to make elegant eveningwear, as shown by Christian Siriano that used pear green for an asymmetric-shoulder floor-sweeping cocktail dress.

We saw pear green garments at: Bottega Veneta, Burberry, Brandon Maxwell, Christian Siriano, Cushnie.

Bottega Veneta Fall 2020 ready-to-wear
Bottega Veneta

Christian Siriano Fall 2020 ready-to-wear
Christian Siriano

Brandon Maxwell Fall 2020 ready-to-wear
Brandon Maxwell

Photos via Vogue

Green Sheen

Green Sheen is one of the most eccentric and vibrant colors of the autumn-winter 2020/2021 season.
It is a bold acid yellow-green shade that will always stand out.

Miu Miu proposed a long green sheen dress wrapping and sensual in combination with a black handbag; Erdem presented an acid yellow-green satin dress with floral inserts and matching gloves. The result? Unique, daring looks that attract attention at first glance.

We saw green sheen looks at: Anteprima, Miu Miu, Erdem, Gucci, Marine Serre.

Anteprima Fall 2020 ready-to-wear
Anteprima

Erdem Fall 2020 ready-to-wear
Erdem

Miu Miu Fall 2020 ready-to-wear
Miu Miu

Photos via Vogue

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