Rust orange, terracotta or peach – whatever your shade, one thing we can all agree on is that alongside other fiery shades: red and yellow, orange is one of A/W’s most a’peeling’ colours. It’s often associated with autumn thanks to pumpkins and Halloween, so what better season to rock the sunset shade? Don’t let Donald Trump’s skin tone put you off – as our Lookers will show, orange is a surprisingly wearable shade. Read on for serious wardrobe envy…
Go all out in electric brights like Rebekah! Just be sure to pair your neon with neutrals to ensure you look more NYC chic than Magaluf raver. Steal her style by dressing down your heels and two-piece with a caj slogan tee.
It’d be difficult to pull off this look in the current temperature without turning blue, but if there’s one styling trick you take from The Curvy Roamer’s summery get-up, make sure it’s the colour clashing. This neon look is the perfect antidote to dark winter nights.
Do like Jennifer and pair the citrus hue with deep green for a more tropical take on the trend. Mix up the shades – combine zingy pops of orange with softer pastel tints to avoid looking too matchy-matchy.
Steal Katie’s style by embracing the statement trouser trend. Opt for black and white separates to keep it classic, then polish off your look with subtle on trend details – patent boots, a baker boy hat or shoulder-grazing earrings will do the trick.
If you’re colour shy, introduce the shade to your wardrobe by way of an accessory. A slogan tee, camo-print jacket and leather skirt keep the outfit looking far from boring while the colour-pop cap finishes off the sporty look to perfection.
Grey blazers are a must-have right now so step it up a notch with a sssstylish snakeskin effect. Nicole’s colour combo of orange, black and grey is the ideal way to inject the fiery shade into a slightly more formal style scenario.
Crushin’ on these orange looks? Show us how you styled up your sunset shade on the Looker app.