Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Bright Colors Fashion Trend

Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Bright Colors Fashion Trend

The new season fashion trends are putting a high emphasis on bold and bright hues, so that you’ll not adventure yourself too deep into the world of dark shades, which are always the leading colors of the cold season. Think bright and bold, as this year color is having a moment! Vibrant yellows, greens, fuchsias, blues, purples, pinks, and zesty oranges will help you seek all the attention and make a major statement in the new season. Fall/Winter 2011-2012 bright colors trend means eye-popping outerwear, sweaters, pants, skirts, dresses, elegant gowns, coats, blazers, knitwear, but also handbags and shoes, gorgeous color blocks, colored accessories and cool graphic designs. Therefore, it’s time for you to win the spotlight with desirable, sparkling pieces that will accentuate boldness and creativity in your look.


Color is fun and it can easily grab attention, brightening up every single look. Go for punchy shades that complement your skin tone and try mixing bright hues with each other and with seasonal darks, getting an amazingly stylish outfit that reveals your urban-chicness. If this is too overwhelming for you, combine bright hues with neutrals, which is the easiest way of sporting this gorgeous trend.
Updating your cold season wardrobe can be a little bit tricky this year, as even though fall means grays, browns or rusty tones, the new season fashion trends are trying to inject fun into your wardrobe by offering the cheerful bright colors trend. It’s time to change your viewpoint about fall and shop hot hues that will become an amazing option of livening up your autumnal look.
For fashionizers trying to cheer up their gloomy cold season closets, brights are definitely their saving ticket. The best way of adding a pop of color into your look in the cool season is chic outerwear in vibrant shades. Go for multicolored coats and jackets, finding the most flattering one for you.

Sonia Rykiel                                                                                                                 Paul Smith 

Blumarine                                                                                                                   BCBG Max Azria

Iceberg                                                                                                                               Sportmax

Blugirl                                                                                                                             House of Holland

Fendi                                                                                                                                    Prada

What is color blocking? It’s mixing two or more shades, creating a dazzling effect. Bright hues have always played a major role in the entire fashion scene, so no wonder that designers have decided to make the best of vibrant hues by mixing brights with darks creating color blocks or brights with neutrals, going for more subtle and sophisticated looks. From amazing color blocks to stylish graphic details, the color mixes look stunning and can be a real rectifier to monotonous and boring looks. The hottest bright color mixes of the cold season include black, white, nudes, brown, bright yellow, pink, red, electric blue, violet and orange. Pay attention to small details and mix various bright hues, as well as colorful prints, like simple lines, romantic florals or abstract patterns, and get a trendy color block outfit that will make heads turn.
If an all bright look is too much for you, go for brightly colored accessories, such as statement shoes or a trendy handbag, scarves or hats, jewelry pieces and, why not, sunglasses. Forget extreme, and go for vividly colored accessory pieces, as they represent the easiest way of updating your look and brightening up a dusky overall aspect. Whatever style you choose, be bold to go for pop of color and dazzle with fun and playful combinations that are no longer only for summer.

Philosophy                                                                                                                    Alberta Ferratti

Betty Jackson                                                                                                                        Gucci

D&G                                                                                                                                Blugirl

Anna Sui                                                                                                                    Krizia 

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