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The palette that will define the looks for this Autumn-Winter 2021/22 is here. This season the warm colours, red, yellow or pink as well as metallic and powdery colours stand out. We show you the 10 colours that we will see this autumn-winter 2021/22:

Total Look Marfil

Undoubtedly one of the colour trends for this Autumn-Winter. A neutral tone, versatile, synonymous with peace, freshness and sophistication. It combines perfectly with earth tones and yellows, which offer a touch of colour to the outfit.

Tendencias colores Otoño 2021

Acne Studios – Ami – Balmain – Brunello Cucinelli – Gabriela Hearst

Ultimate gray

Ultimate Gray is one of the Pantone colours of the year and could not be missing on the catwalks for Autumn 2021. A cool shade of grey that evokes a sense of solidity and elegance either with a total grey look or in combination with other colours.

Tod’s – Brunello Cucinelli – Givenchy – Ami – Lebor

Metallic style

Metallic is another of this season’s trends. The glitter of gold and silver melts into striking dresses, trousers, coats, jackets… Silver combines perfectly with yellow and blue tones, gold, on the other hand, with vibrant colours such as red or green and also pastel tones.

Tendencias colores Otoño 2021

Burberry – Dolce & Gabbana – Alberta Ferretti – Balmain – Valentino

Illuminating Yellow

This is a bright and bright yellow that conveys vibrancy and positivity. This warm tone combines perfectly with the sophistication of Ultimate grey and with blue tones.

Marc Jacobs – Off White – Dolce & Gabbana – Balmain – Moschino

Orange Tiger

Tiger orange” is a very autumn colour that gives off optimism and energy. A very vibrant tone that can be combined with warm pink or green garments.

Tendencias colores Otoño 2021

Salvatore Ferragamo – Balmain – Etro – Acne Studios – Dolce & Gabbana

Poppy Red

Red, associated with passion, has great visual impact and complements almost all skin tones. It is opening strongly on the catwalks this autumn in both warm and muted shades. It goes well with black, of course, navy blue and neutral tones.

Chanel – Jacquemus – Balmain – Isabel Marant – Courreges

Powdered Shades

This type of colours are a trend this autumn. Pale shades of blue, yellow, pink… which, as the name suggests, give the impression of being made with powdered materials and remind us of pastel colours. They look great with strong and contrasting tones.

Off White – Lebor – Tory Burch – Salvatore Ferragamo – Balmain

Royal blue

A vibrant shade of blue, a colour that conveys calm and serenity, known as the colour of communication. It goes perfectly with white, you can also create a sense of contrast by combining it with yellow or green.

Ami – Lebor – Salvatore Ferragamo – Coperni – Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini

Hot Pink

Fuchsia is a bright pink flamboyant, which may be considered bold by some and inspires confidence and assertiveness in any format and texture. It can be combined with black and lime green or shades orange for contrast.

Emporio Armani – Balmain – Jacquemus – Julie De Libran – Kenzo

Light Lilac

Lilac is a soft purple tone that denotes delicacy and relaxation. The pale pastel colour combines with warm tones such as oranges, yellows and pinks and at the same time with cool tones such as olive green.

Givenchy – Patou – Balmain – No.21 – Marine Serre


So much for this season’s autumn-winter 2021/2022 colour trends, to inspire you to create all your looks.

Images courtesy of the brands mentioned above and Livingly.