Our Guide To The Best Mustard Yellow Pieces – AW12
At Nicole Farhi, covetable silk separates cascaded down the catwalk but it was the mustard and tawny tones which caused the biggest fashion furore.
With ochre shirts tucked into prim pencil skirts, accessorised with tonal tights, the show saw the rebirth of colour blocking but in an altogether different manner to its previous incarnations of past seasons.
Follow in Farhi’s footsteps and stock up on the seasonal shade. Whether you go for a printed shirt, pencil skirt or cropped trousers, make it the focal feature of your outfit by piecing it with school uniform style greys and black basics.
If you liked last season’s loose and oversized shirt look, you’ll love Dorothy Perkin’s recent high street hit.
Clashing saffron shades with ochre and tawny tones, Evan’s beaded necklace translates the mustard yellow trend from high end to high street effortlessly.
If you’re tempted to tap in to the trend why not update your wardrobe with a cosy knit in one of this season’s statement shades?
Affordable, super snug and in a shade that’ll suit most skin tones, Boden’s cashmere crew is our pick of the knits and will update your autumn attire with ease.
Belt up and try out the mustard trend with La Redoute’s super skinny belt. With its subtle woven design and striking silver buckle, it’s sure to add a focal feature to any outfit.
Team with a pair of dark blue skinny jeans – the colour contrast will let the statement shade sing.
A huge hit with the style set, with its flattering fit and gentle draping, it’s easy to see why Mulberry’s crepe dress is sky high on many fashion editor’s style watch list this season.
Try teaming it with a pair of classic black courts for an office outfit that works subtle style.
For autumn winter 2012, Derek Lam cropped cosy knits crafted from mustard yellow at the sleeve and teamed them with basic black to make a real style statement.
Punctuating the style with a coloured clutch, the look showcased that mustard isn’t as difficult to wear as it first appears.
Whether you try it out on tops, pencil skirts or sweaters, team the eye-catching shade with racing green, black or dark denim to nod to your style know-how.
Classic t-shirts make supreme outfit building blocks and Kain’s silk blend tee is no exception.
From brightening up the darkest of denim to giving cropped trousers a colour pop twist, the classic shape and super soft silk make this top one you’ll want to wear and wear.
If you can’t be separated from your trusty ballet pumps, update your wardrobe with a pair in one of this season’s statement shades.
From solving your work wardrobe woes to elevating your evening outfits, every wardrobe needs a pair of sharply tailored trousers.
Impeccably cut – loose on the thigh and gently tapering towards the ankle – this pair from Orla Kiely pack serious style clout.
One of the chicest ways to carry your essentials around town, summer’s coloured clutches have been revamped in new-season autumnal hues.
Give your outfit serious style points with Sophie Hulme’s envelope bag. With its detachable shoulder strap, this versatile carry-all will work equally as well with your weekday or weekend wardrobe.
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