The collective fashion consciousness has moved on to yet another color palette for the transitioning season. At the Haute Couture and NYC Menswear shows, we spotted dashes of burgundy worn with beige and black. The rich, wintry hue has made a sartorial play across the outfits of the front row in the form of silken bombers (worn off one shoulder, naturally), blended with classic camel chinos for the boys, and as an elegant color contrast with steely gray woolens for the girls. Vogue Arabia decodes the look in the best burgundy moments fresh from fashion week, and shops the hue in current season hijabs, bags, and dresses, so you can activate the look now.
Give your luxury bomber a personality twist by wearing it off one shoulder. The color palette? Burgundy and black, of course.
Style.com Director Yasmin Sewell makes a cool case for blending beige and burgundy in ‘70s staples—the roll neck and blazer.
Olivia Palermo gravitates to the fashion zeitgeist in a military-inspired coat with burgundy trimmings—the understated way to tap into this emerging color trend.
One must acknowledge the gentlemen in their capacity to hit a style home run at the shows. From slick tailored coats to classic chinos, this look is made cool for the tail-end of spring, thanks to the contrasting color palette.
Vogue Shops natty burgundy must-haves for the spring season and beyond:
Curcuma Raffia-Appliqued Twill Mules
V-Neck Ruffled Silk-Charmeuse Dress
Monogram Classic Quilted Suede Cross-Body Bag
Double Crepe Snood
Silk-Trimmed Wool-Twill Blazer
GG Supreme Shoulder Bag with Pouch
York Cutout Stretch-Velvet Turtleneck Bodysuit