Fall is a very specific season of the year, which is called the transitional season for a reason. What does this mean in terms of our greatest interest, namely fashion? It simply means that you don’t know how to dress. And it’s not even that we open the wardrobe, and it blows with emptiness there, no matter how full it is, but we mean practical reasons. One day it’s warm, you still feel summer, and the next it’s cold and rainy, so you don’t want to stick your nose out of the house. And even a warm day is deceptive, because mornings and evenings are really cold, and the weather can be changeable and, if not dressed properly, we can only count on a cold. So how to dress in early autumn so that it’s optimal - not too hot, but also not too cold? In layers!
Fashion loves to draw inspiration from the surrounding nature and reflect what is happening outside the windows, and autumn is an extremely colorful and contrasted season. Autumn trees and flowers are a real feast of brown, beige, red and gold, emphasized by the ever-vivid greenery. The 2021/2022 season draws from the autumn color palette to the fullest, which is confirmed by the Pantone Color Institute.