10 colors will become fashion trends in 2020

Here, the 10 key colour trends you’ll be seeing (and wearing) in 2020.

Digital Brights: Cerulean blue at Joseph Resort 2020

The early noughties staple (famously dissected in The Devil Wears Prada) made a welcome comeback on the 2020 runways, after multiple seasons of paler blues.

Digital Brights: Cerulean blue at Camilla and Marc Resort 2020

Digital Brights: Cerulean blue at Bondi Born Resort 2020

Digital Brights: Neo-mint at Emma Mulholland Resort 2020

Predicted to be the “Millennial Pink of 2020”, prepare to see neo-mint on your Instagram feed in high rotation come 2020.

Digital Brights: Neo-mint at Bassike Resort 2020

Digital Brights: Neo-mint at Thurley Resort 2020

Digital Brights: Purple wave at Alice Mccall Resort 2020

After the proliferation of lilac in 2019, a deeper, brighter purple made an unexpected comeback to the fashion foray.

Digital Brights: Purple wave at Jonathan Simkhai Resort 2020

Digital Brights: Purple wave at Valentino Resort 2020

Enhanced Neutrals: Sage green at Aje Resort 2020

Pay close attention—directional, wearable and transeasonal, sage green has all the necessary credentials to become a major colour trend for 2020/2021.

Enhanced Neutrals: Sage green at Tibi Resort 2020

Enhanced Neutrals: Sage green at Thurley Resort 2020

Enhanced Neutrals: Sage green at Aje Resort 2020

Enhanced Neutrals: Earth brown at Khaite Resort 2020

With head-to-toe beige reaching fever pitch in 2019, beige fatigue is imminent. Instead, opt for chocolate brown, mahogany and anything that tips the scale into richer territories.

Enhanced Neutrals: Earth brown at Anna Quan Resort 2020

Enhanced Neutrals: Earth brown at Max Mara Resort 2020

Enhanced Neutrals: Earth brown at Lee Matthews Resort 2020

Enhanced Neutrals: Earth brown at Christopher Esber Resort 2020

Enhanced Neutrals: Turmeric yellow at Matteau Resort 2020

The grown up, bougie-alternative to Gen-Z yellow, turmeric-hued pieces dominated the Australian and international runways this resort season. Play it safe with with pastel accessories, or if you’re particularly bold, wear from head-to-toe.

Enhanced Neutrals: Turmeric yellow at Jonathan Simkhai Resort 2020

Enhanced Neutrals: Turmeric yellow at Christopher Esber Resort 2020

Enhanced Neutrals: Turmeric yellow at Jil Sander Resort 2020

Enhanced Neutrals: Red earth at Bondi Born Resort 2020

For those wanting to update their head-to-toe beige looks with a single piece, opt for something in rust. Like sage, its transeasonal quality, paired with it’s fresh presence on the trend scene, make it a safe option for investment pieces.

Enhanced Neutrals: Red earth at Simon Miller Resort 2020

Enhanced Neutrals: Red earth at Jonathan Simkhai Resort 2020

Enhanced Neutrals: Red earth at Matteau Resort 2020

Enhanced Neutrals: Red earth at Jil Sander Resort 2020

Enhanced Neutrals: Red earth at Joseph Resort 2020

Enhanced Neutrals: Red earth at Matteau Resort 2020

Enhanced Neutrals: Cool grey at Christopher Esber Resort 2020

Going back to basics, cool-toned greys, clean whites and inky blacks are back with a vengeance. With a renewed focus on sustainability and slow fashion, both designers and consumers are demanding a change of pace when it comes to fashion. This season, it’s more evident than ever.

Enhanced Neutrals: Cool grey at Anna Quan Resort 2020

Back to basics: Cool grey at Fendi Resort 2020

Enhanced Neutrals: Clean white at Christopher Esber Resort 2020

Enhanced Neutrals: Ink black at Aje Resort 2020

Enhanced Neutrals: Clean white at Michael Lo Sordo Resort 2020

Source: harpersbazaar.com.au