Summer is over and it’s time to put the bright neon and pastel summery colours away. Autumn and winter is a time to embrace the colder weather, the browned leaves and it’s all about the rich deep colours this season.

Take a look at some of the celebs above rocking theses trends and then immerse yourself into the pieces we’ve pulled out below to help you get the same look.

And because we’re exceptionally good to you, we’ve made it so you can just click through to the stores where you can buy them too. Don’t say we never do anything for ya!

Oxblood

Last year we were hit by the burgundy trend and this year another deep shade of red is in fashion, in the form of oxblood. Oxblood is a deep brownish red colour – seen gracing the Yves Saint Laurent, Alexander Wang and Marc Jacobs catwalks -and looks best in one of this season’s hottest materials, leather.

 

Coated Skinny Jean by Warehouse – £42


Cord Panel Hoody by Foot Asylum – £25


Purple

Any shade of purple works for this colour trend, whether it be lavender or plum, the warm rich hues comes as part of the jewel tone inspiration seen on the catwalks of Dior, Prada and Balenciaga. The colour will bring a look of luxury and royalty to your wardrobe and will be the perfect addition to the winter party season.

Check out these ideas below

Coat by Warehouse – £85


Knitted Polo Shirt by Foot Asylum – £74.99


Cobalt blue and Navy

More jewel tones to add into your winter wardrobe, and stepping away from the comforts of black clothing, these shades of blue could be the your new staple colour this season. Featured in collections from the likes of Celine and Stella McCartney this colours can bring a pop of colour to any outfit without being too bright.

Cowl Neck Tunic by Forever 21 – £18.75

Quilted Jacket by Foot Asylum – £54.99


Burnt orange

A warm colour to remind us of the fallen autumn leaves, burnt orange is seen as one of this seasons on trend colours, especially for the guys. The shade brings a nice bit of warmth to the wardrobe and looks best in knitwear and outerwear form. The colour was heavily featured in Mulberry and Topshop Unique A/W ’12 catwalks.

Boyfriend Cardigan by Reiss – £110

Button Down Shirt by Forever 21 – £18.75

Mustard

Another colour that mirrors the colours of nature seen at this time of year is mustard.

This warm deeper shade of yellow is a toned down alternative to the neon lime and pastel lemon we were seeing this summer while still being a good way to add some soft colour to an outfit.

It works well with black, grey, white, denim and dark brown pieces.

Patterned Kimono by Forever 21 – £27.75

Fred Perry Chinos by Mainline Menswear – £42.08

All prices correct at the time of publication

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