If there is one colour to be seen in this autumn and winter season, it’s red! This classic shade saw a massive wave of popularity over summer, with crushing corals and burnt orangey reds leading the way. For autumn, take this trend one step further and drape your whole body and house in this chic and flattering colour, that is bold and vibrant. Red alert indeed.
Is it getting hot in here? dare to bare red on your t-shirt, dress or jacket. There is no restriction to the red colour trend, and you can mix up different tones, shades and hues. If full on red is a bit full-on for you, try the "Incline" bomber jacket by keangelidesart, which has vibrant red sleeves and a more muted body. If you're feeling a little more daring, Karolina Jankauskaite's "Tank Girl" skater dress will fill you with fiery confidence.
You've got your top half covered, now how about your bottom half? Step into the red trend with a pair of statement shoes in powerful red tones with tropical touches. The "Bubbaloo" espadrilles by Maia Franceschi look amazing when paired with a simple outfit. To take red to the next level, rock the colour all over your legs. Swade's "Pizza" leggings will make you stand out - but be warned, they are not for wallflowers!
Accessories can make all the difference to a look. When it comes to rocking the red trend in a more subtle way, red accessories are where it is at. A great bag is the perfect way to enjoy the trend, and it is an everyday essential too. Laura Fishman Art's stunning "Indulgence" handbag includes eye-catching splashes of red and a dreamy, Impressionistic print. To push the trend onto your phone, Ellie Cartlidge Print's "Sunset" iPhone case is a treat for the eyes and your phone.