Great news! WGSN and Coloro just announced the colours of the year and Urbanstree hit the mark. In the survey conducted across the creative fashion, lifestyle, interior, beauty and technology industries of America, Asia, Europe and Africa, the colours verdigris, digital lavender, sundial, tranquil blue and luscious red seemed to win people's hearts.
Millions of consumers across the world have agreed that these colours best illustrate the mood of the season. But the question is why should you follow suit? Well for one, looking good and staying on trend never hurts anyone. The colours you wear are a big part of your sense of fashion. While it's perfectly alright to be unique and play with colours, choosing what's trending can place you one step ahead of your peers in the fashion domain.
So how could we miss the opportunity?
Verdigris literally means the ‘green of Greece’. This not-quite-green and not-quite-blue colour commonly appears on the roofs of buildings, bridges, street lamps and even the skyline in the city of romance, Paris. In other words, the colour verdigris is all about romance. So it is only befitting that you style yourself with this verdigris Sanam Blazer Set at your next mehendi or sangeet function to add a tint of romance. The unique style of this set might just add more than ‘char chand’ to any occasion.
Shades of purple, including lavender, are associated with spirituality and restoration of mental health and well-being. Digital lavender represents serenity, stability and holistic well-being, which perfectly sums up our needs during the last few uncertain years of the pandemic. Just because it is a colour that is rarely found in nature, does not mean it should be a colour that is rarely found in your wardrobe. So evoke calmness and serenity on any occasion with this flowy Orchid Suit Set and be the talk of the town.
This warm earthy colour probably best encapsulates the essence of India. This deep saturated rich tone tends to bring to mind the endless desert, the fertile lands, and the ancient architectures that adorn India. So what better colour to show up with at a big fat Indian wedding? This Mehar Lehenga Set will bring out your authentic humble self and make a style statement worth remembering. Flaunt your heritage while looking gorgeous with this piece from Urbanstree.
This shade is indeed as tranquil as the name suggests. Tranquil blue has a hue of clarity reminiscent of the elements of water and air. The soothing and calm vibe of this colour brings out the grace in you, making it an instant favourite. Bring in a bit of tranquillity to the vibrant Indian weddings with this Chandramukhi Co-ord Set and make everyone forget Paro. The flared sharara pants and matching dupatta will definitely make you flow like water on the dance floor and ensure that all eyes are on you.
Red is a colour that never goes out of fashion. Red is bold, red seeks attention and red turns heads. It goes without saying that Indian weddings are incomplete without the colour red. This Divya Co-ord Set will get you the much-desired attention in any wedding function with its vibrant red colour and minimalist style without taking away from the bride’s share.
Colours have the ability to ruin or accent the beauty of any outfit. Colours evoke emotion, colours influence psychology, and colours create lasting impressions.
So, being mindful of your colour choices while selecting your outfits can go a long way in portraying your style. Keeping up with the colour trends with Urbanstree can definitely help you become a trendsetter.
We don't miss out on any trend and you should not too. Explore the colours of the year and many more with Urbanstree. Shop now!