Berry colours are everywhere this autumn. The rich hues are perfect for pairing with dark jeans or for an evening out. We’ve plucked only the ripest colours from this seasons bountiful crop of plum, raspberry, blackcurrant, and damson shades. Dig in!
Major trend for this season; the peplum sits well over pencil skirts, skinny trousers and tailored shorts. A great way of taking a simple vest and giving it a smart and sophisticated twist. This bright red shows of the pleated detail beautifully.
Strong jewel colours always make an appearance in AW collections, so choose this juicy coloured stone and make a statement. Monica Vinader’s nugget ring is perfect on its own, or stacks with others from her range.
This deep red is a great option for brightening up last years winter coat. The soft and cosy wool will be super warm, and the chunky knit makes a bold statement. Wear over a camel trench for a classy colour combination.
This merlot coloured shirt is soft and billowy without feeling too floaty and light. The jersey fabric hangs in gorgeous drapes, while the pin-tucked front and detailed cuffs add a little pretty to comfy staple.
These blackcurrant coloured skinnies are in fact ‘jeggings’. They’re very soft and stretchy, making them perfect for curling up on the sofa when it’s too blustery outside.
You can’t dress is berry shades from head to toe, but you can add a little juice to an everyday outfit. These chunky heels are a perfect autumnal colour and will suit loads of looks. If you’re on a budget these are your berry-tastic buy this season.
Revlon do lipstick so well. For deep, rich and ripe colour try this Super Lustrous Lipstick in Cherry Blossom. Set off an edgy winter look with a lick of this and you wont go far wrong. Don’t go too tramp-ire; keep cheeks flushed pink and eye make up bright and neutral.
This beautiful scarlet blazer is made of a soft cord fabric, so it has a little drape. This piece is very bold, keep the outfit underneath dark and add some super shiny gold jewellery to set it off.
This velvet fish-tailed dress looks almost good enough to eat with the shimmer of the fabric showing off the colour amazingly. While the high neckline is demure, the clingy shape and quirky tail make this dress sophisticated and sultry. Add a geometric necklace or earrings for contrast to its flowly shape.
This Black-cherry hued satchel is a good choice if you don’t want to wear berry shades. A preppy choice, but this colour is a bit more modern and classy than its tan-coloured cousins. This will go with most looks this season, so it makes a good investment piece.
Thats an awful lot of fruity fashion to choose from! Have you fallen in love with berry colours this autumn? Share your favourites in the comments.