Colour trends to shop for this Spring / Summer season 2019

As menswear embraces colour more and more, the latest runways have shown us that men’s wardrobes shouldn’t at all be more reserved than women’s. Here are the six top colour trends to shop for this spring/summer season, picked from the SS19 runways and future trend predictions. Many, if not all of these trends can be seen mirrored in womenswear, as fashion is continuously becoming more and more non-specific to gender.

Neon

From left to right: Louis Vuitton, MSGM, Versace

2000’s rave culture being channelled in full swing, a neon version of just about any piece of menswear imaginable was sent down the runway for SS19. If you’re feeling like making a statement like no other, Versace’s full neon yellow suit could be your dream come true.

Shop the trend:

Slim-Fit Logo-Appliquéd Tech-Jersey Rollneck T-Shirt, Prada


£325 via Mr Porter

Muscle Fit Ribbed Roll Neck Jumper in Neon Yellow, ASOS Design


£20 via ASOS

 

Neo mint

From left to right: Triple RRR, Raf Simons, Au197Sm

This pastel shade of mint green is forecast by WGSN to be the colour of choice for designers in 2020, dominating the worlds of fashion and interior design both. Stay ahead of the curve by investing in this colour now.

Shop the trend:

3.5cm Mint Industrial PVC Belt, Off-White


£235 via Mr Porter

Nylon Belt, Flagstuff


£26 via HBX

 

Animal print

From left to right: Burberry, ALYX, Liam Hodges

Will you indulge in your animal instinct this season? Animal print hit womenswear head-on last season, and now it’s broken out of its cage straight into menswear. Leopard, cheetah, snake, tiger, zebra, and even deer print featured in spring/summer 2019 collections.

Shop the trend:

Leopard-Print Cotton Straight Trousers, Burberry


£629 via Barneys New York

Red Leopard Print Slim Trousers, Topman


£20 via Topman

 

Beige tones

From left to right: Burberry, Hermès, Kenzo

Neutral camel tones are being refreshed and refined for yet another year of sandy coloured menswear. Shades of beige remain a strong choice for many menswear items across designers, notably seen in outerwear and trousers this season.

Shop the trend:

Icon Stripe Detail Cotton Gabardine Harrington Jacket, Burberry


£890 via Burberry

Stone tipped Harrington jacket, River Island


£55 via River Island

 

Tie-dye

From left to right: Louis Vuitton, COMME des GARÇONS HOMME Plus, Issey Miyake

Whether it reminds you of summer camps of the 90s or the tasteful design on the back of acid tabs, the psychedelic colours of tie-dye made a resurgence in SS19 runways – so what better time to bring out your inner hippie than this spring/summer season?

Shop the trend:

Printed Tie-Dyed Cashmere And Silk-Blend T-Shirt, The Elder Statesman


£615 via Mr Porter

Easy Box Logo White Tie-Dye T-Shirt, Vans


£28 via Urban Outfitters

 

Whitened pastels

From left to right: Dior, Acne Studios, Louis Vuitton

Pastel shades have been a staple for Spring / Summer seasons of recent years, and this season we’re seeing a shift in the recurring trend, as these pleasant hues receive a whiter wash for SS19. 

Shop the trend:

Faraz cotton-jersey sweatshirt, Acne Studios


£260 via Selfridges

Oversized Cropped Sweatshirt with Half Zip in Pale Green, ASOS Design


£22 via ASOS

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