It’s no secret that adopting a tonal colour palette is one of 2017’s biggest trends.
The seemingly minimalist trend emphasises a new modern aesthetic, complemented by sophisticated and delicately manipulated forms. Perfectly proportioned layering, with a focus on simple shapes and emphasised structure holds the key to mastering the mixed shades of neutral, along with the pairing of different textures and fabrics. Integrating and styling pieces that feature knit, wool, fur, and leather fabrics into the outfit is crucial for an effortless, and on-trend approach.
Although my favourite inspirations for the tonal trend include floor length trousers, knits, and long-line coats, the gentle and soothing colour palette allows for trans-seasonal wearing, enhanced by the merging of both warm and cool tones.
If the latest runway trends are anything to go by, the tonal trend goes beyond just the neutral and tan, with the look adaptable to almost every shade. Think Dior’s latest Fall Winter 2017 runway show (complete with every shade of blue), or the on-trend red to keep you on your toes…