Rust is no good on your car but it is excellent in your wardrobe.
This colour pops when teamed with navy and really comes into its own with soft blue denim. Mulberry is hot hot hot this season and looks just as good on blondes as it does on brunettes, or silver foxes for that matter. This colour has no limits. Go for a rich burgundy pant with a navy shirt and blazer. Or mix it up with a khaki shirt for an inspired by nature vibe. Red teamed with stripes or spots in blue and white is trés Parisian. A red blazer over Breton stripes is a classic can’t go wrong pairing. Add a bold red lip and you’ll feel like a stroll by your local version of the Seine.
Rust works well worn as a tonal head-to-toe outfit. Try slightly differing shades like tobacco and terracotta and layer them together. Add tan boots and you’ll be an autumnal vision. Wine stained lips were big in make-up looks recently but on the 2017 red carpet celebrities are putting a touch of burgundy around their eyes.
This look works whether it’s in your outfit or not. Remember winter 2017 is not about matching. Contrast is key.
Red is a very dynamic and powerful colour. Wear red in your outfit today to project that mood. Red is a mood enhancer that works purely by wearing it.
View the AW17 Red, Mulberry & Rust trend on Pinterest.