RASPBERRY: HOW TO WEAR AUTUMN'S 'IT' COLOUR
Rich raspberry hues are storming celebrities’ wardrobes right now, and our new collection is full of them. Here’s how to take on the shade of the season…
THE RASPBERRY GANG
If summer wardrobes are all about tropical hues of turquoise, orange and fuchsia, come autumn, our attention turns to a richer colour palette. The celebs have embraced this sartorial shift too, with Kristen Stewart, Katie Holmes, Lydia Bright and Katie Piper all stepping out in their new season shade of choice, raspberry. Handily, it’s a key colour in our autumn/winter collection too, and we’ve got everything from shift dresses and outerwear to knitwear and statement tops to help you get your raspberry fix.
A more vibrant take on the usual autumn favourite, burgundy, raspberry looks both classic and modern – not to mention super luxe. Kristen, Lydia and Katie Piper have opted for on-trend tonal colour blocking, teaming multiple raspberry pieces to create a statement look. If the thought of head-to-toe colour has you running for the hills, trust us when we say it’s actually great at creating an elongated, streamlined silhouette, and alleviates any ‘do these colours go together?’ worries.
GET THE LOOK
The easiest way to work raspberry the celeb way? Throw our raspberry boucle coat over our cut out shift dress. Then follow their lead and keep accessories muted (this adds to the expensive looking element)
KEEP IT SIMPLE
If you’d rather work just one piece of raspberry at a time, make Katie Holmes your autumn style inspiration. Her raspberry leather skirt and chunky knit combo is the perfect autumn pairing – admittedly we might have to add a pair of tights into the mix. Raspberry is the outfit ‘hero’ here, so pair it with shades of black, cream, grey and camel to ensure it stands out.
Try our fluted sleeve top with our cropped wide leg trousers for a fashion-forward office look or our honeycomb knit jumper with leather-look leggings on weekends.