While pastels will always be a refreshing Spring palette cleanser after winter's dark shades, SS19 has seen fashion houses play with some unconventional choices. 80's-inspired bows and statement hats paved the way for bolder displays of spring fashion on the catwalk, with a sea of earthy greens and butterscotch beiges promising far from your usual spring colour palette. Spring may have sprung, but it's not quite as you know it.
It's time to embrace a refreshing take on spring style with new season colours. Discover our favourite picks from our spring collection below.
Though subtle in shade, there's power in this season's powder blue. SS19 runways reformed this gentle hue with striking silhouettes and sharp tailoring, proving that you can power dress in pastel. Suits in this shade offer a refreshing take on office wear, while the new Madison Tote, replete with handy interior compartments for everything from your laptop to your lipstick, provides an update to your work wardrobe.
Soft dusty pinks in embrace a 60s vibe this season, offering a welcome update to spring coats and outer layers. As always, pink is a popular choice for spring outfits, and Aspinal's take on this soft shade is introduced into structured silhouettes for SS19 creating a delicate balance of strength and style. Co-ordinate the colour from head to toe for a feminine weekend look, or add a hint of pink to a neutral ensemble with a printed silk scarf.
An effortless off-white, dove grey offers a simple yet on-trend update to your spring colour palette. Balance out bold Californian prints with this subtle hue, or team it with lighter shades for a nod to this season's head-to-toe neutrals trend.
Warm grey offers the versatility of a neutral tone with the depth of a daring colour. The shade works well across a portfolio of fabrics and colours - from relaxed denim to sharp tailored pieces. For an SS19 update, team our warm grey London Tote with a blend of toffee, taupe and butterscotch beige pieces to channel the new nudes this season.
Green is an unexpected addition to the spring palette this season. The jewel-tone has been made centre stage on SS19 runways, fashioned into organic-inspired ensembles that were heavy with texture - from feathers to fringe. Embrace the colour with a maxi summer dress in a polka dot print inspired by Carolina Herrera.
Rich and regal, Bordeaux is a hue that can elevate any look. Layer it over simple weekend attire with a smart boxy coat, add a hint of the hue with a silk printed scarf or bring colour to a neutral ensemble with our Camera Bag in Bordeaux Pebble.
Olive and Moss Green
From earthy olive to moss green, organic shades flooded the SS19 catwalks. The natural shade nods to the industry's debates over sustainability, whilst offering a suitable way to quite literally 'go green'. Redefine military khakis with shift shirts and relaxed silhouettes in this enviable hue.