Style Tips for A/W 2013 – The return of Burgundy
The most evident trend on the runway this season is the revival of burgundy –
as shown by Prada and Dior Homme who have both shown head to toe burgundy, wine and maroon suits.
These sophisticated shades work well with a crisp white shirt and compliment a light dusty blue perfectly:
Berluti have also embraced burgundy with their Spring/Summer ‘14 collections, being the principal colour used. It is elegant, smart and versatile, and is one of the few colours that look good on everyone.
Two of our favourites from Berluti S/S 2014: both are casual, comfortable looks.
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If you would prefer a flash of colour on accessories, scarves, shoes, knitwear rather than a full suit here are a few style suggestions
Why not work this reoccurring trend it into your wardrobe with a sports jacket or maybe a formal dinner suit with black satin trims? Ryan Gosling wore it well on the red carpet, suit by Nicolas Ghesquière.
Designer Ermenegildo Zegna Spring 2013 presented these colours effortlessly: creamy seashell, sandy beiges, duck egg blue and muted grey’s, which matched beautifully with the burgundy shades.
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