Erdem, Jonathan Saunders, John Galliano, Emilio Pucci
Purple is a trend color for fall 2015. I´ve spotted different shades of purple and varied ways to rock the color on the runway. You can wear it as a solid dress, as a topper or as a printed layering. Purple is an elegant color, but if you overwhelm it, it can look matronly or even dull.
I like adding bright colors to the look. For example, if I´m wearing a purple dress, I´d top it with pink or mustard shoes. I´d also like to opt for detailed pieces such as lace, drape or ruching. But I love the gorgeous printed pieces on the runway featuring purple, black, gray and lavender mixing. Or better yet, the multi prints with bolder mix of colors. Whatever you find to create, remember to avoid wearing it head-to-toe.
purple watercolor print dress
This 50s inspired fit-and-flare dress is ever-flattering, with its abstract watercolour print in shimmering purple and orange hue, but to wear it in early fall, you got to cover your shoulders with a blue cardigan. Polish up the outfit with wine accessories.
purple cardigan + tweed skirt
Do you have a purple cardigan, or do you plan to get one? It will make a great layering to a white top and a tweed pencil skirt for work. It also offers a nice excuse to wear burgundy pumps to the office.
red sweater + purple print skirt
An elegant evening look at its best. Go romantic in this watercolor print midi skirt worn with a red sweater and wine color clutch and pumps. The result is very high-fashion and is perfect for any A-list events. It has concealed pockets for wearability, and you only need simple pieces to go with it.
Purple Knitted Dress
This A-line shape has a powerful silhouette and detailing. There are two ways you can style it. First is the polished dark with a black jacket and fashion-forward black/white shoes and clutch. Second is the creative bright with a pink or yellow cardigan and colored shoes.
purple orchid-print flats + bag
We usually wear tweed to the office with black finishings. But to wear it casual, try adding a multi-orchid flat or a clutch featuring purple and red colorbloking.
Now over to you, girls. Are you into wearing purple this fall?