Okay, so let me start off by saying this – I apologize to my readers and followers about my absenteeism for the entire month of July. I realize that I did not update or post anything new for at least a few weeks now, as I have been busy with work and other things. Of course this is no excuse to keep you guys out of the loop and I have never let such a substantial amount of time ever go by in the past between my posts. Where I have always been a fairly frequent blogger, I plan on continuing with that from here on out. I hope to update you all 2-3 times per week with the latest trend and fashion news, per usual. It’s a great turning point in the season and I’ll be sure to have an abundance of things to blog about for fall! Thank you to all of those who follow my blog and browse back on previous posts; I appreciate your interest and support.
Now let’s kick this off…
As you all know, color has made a major comeback in recent times and each season always has its standout hues that we just cannot get enough of. Mid-summer seemed to have brought about lots of teal tones and lively reds and fiery mandarin shades. Normally toward the close of summer I would expect to see the transition of very subtle colors, many resembling that of mainly neutral tones. However, I’ve been noticing that fall is already becoming partial to red; nothing fancy or straying from the ordinary. I’m talking about your familiar, typical strawberry red. In addition to that, I’m pleased and pretty excited that wine (or better known as “burgundy” to many of you) is making an appearance in a lot of the early fall collections that I’ve already seen so far. It’s a fantastically rich and powerful color that could never cease to catch your attention but it still finds a way to work well with the toned down, deep, and earthy/metallic shades that we best associate with autumn. Red (and wine, for that matter) have never been my colors of choice but I’m eager to actually give them a shot and I can personally bet you that I grow to love them a lot more quickly than I could have thought possible.
So the question is, are you loving this color trend?