Wearing: Acne Studios Saul Ankle Boots (shop similar here, here and here), Maison Heroine Marlene Bag c/o, Rose A Pois Coat (shop similar here), Stradivarius Pants, H&M Sweater (similar here, here, and here), and Céline Edge Sunglasses c/o Pretavoir
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As I mentioned in my previous post, when print clashing and vivid colors (or colors in general outside the neutral tone spectrum) are not right up your street, terracotta, beige and earthy tones are the only colors that really matter this upcoming season.
Personally, I’ve been obsessed with earthy tones since last fall, and luckily, they don’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon.
If you can’t take my word on the fact that the upcoming season is all about beige tones worn together and terracotta and salmon, then take it from Phoebe Philo’s last collection for Céline (dear God, will she be missed and probably more than what we can grasp) or look no further than Jacquemus’ ode to earthy tones a.k.a. his La Bomba collection.
That’s the main reason why I splurged on these cognac Acne Studios ankle boots bought on mega sale and sadly sold out. I knew they will complete many earthy tone ensembles to come, because, yes, I’m not planning to give up on them anytime soon.
While next season most trends seem to be favouring a crass reaction against minimalism and bringing the excessiveness and decadence of past decades, i.e. print- and vivid color clashing, kitschy pastels, sequins, animal prints, and many others, a lot of us do not consider minimalism to be a trend, which is not reduced to a very timeless style, but it also a very necessary lifestyle. This is why those of us who prefer the understated to the loud can endorse color without really wearing color, i.e. by embracing earthy shades such as beige and terracottas.
How about you? Which trends are you looking forward to next season? Are you into earthy tones like I am? Let me know in the comments below. xFollow me via Bloglovin'
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