If ‘Be stylish‘ made it to your New Year’s resolution list, then you have come to the right place. Just like you, we have vowed to become a better version of ourselves in the fashion department. Don’t be quick to judge. Letting go of old habits and spending less time on social media made it on our list too, but we have been dying to improve how we look. Let’s face it, we all want to look good and feel good, don’t we? There’s no better time to do that than the beginning of a great new year.
So we visited a hundred fashion websites and blogs, bought a number of magazines, and plucked the best Asia-friendly trends so you don’t have to. Here are the 4 wearable colours for January 2016.
AS SEEN ON PASCAL MILLET, CHANEL, AND CAROLINA HERRERA
Long before Pantone announced that Rose Quartz (and Serenity) are going to be colours of the year, fashion designers had unanimously paraded rose colours on the runway. This chic colour, that reminds us of a charmed life at the Hamptons, is great for all skin tones.
AS SEEN ON EMILIO PUCCI, STELLA McCARTNEY, AND CHLOE
This timeless hue, that’s adored globally, is perfect for those who want to start with a clean slate, figuratively and literally. Why not?! If you’re planning on taking a sabbatical in Asia, go for flowy, pristine white pieces. If you want to send powerful, business vibes to your peers or clients, you can never go wrong with stark whites in intricate cuts.
AS SEEN ON DKNY, EMILIO PUCCI, AND BALMAIN
Pair your bold endeavours this year with the brightest colours! Choose electric red to fuel your passion, indigo to inspire you, and striking orange to make you feel unstoppable. Ensure the fabric is lightweight and breathable and you are set to hit the streets in any climate.
AS SEEN ON TIBI, DELPOZO, AND PRADA
If bold colours are too experimental for you, then opt for sorbet shades. These oh-so-kawaii hues (that the Japanese and Koreans love) are pretty and subtle ways to slowly make you over.