Fashion: the future is bright
Chunky black boots and a commitment to sustainability are here to stay, while brighter colours reflect moods beginning to lighten as the pandemic recedes
The right clothes can have the effect of making you feel optimistic about life.
So it’s probably no surprise that for Autumn/Winter 2021, a change is afoot in fashion, with designers actively seeking to improve mood and foster off-kilter individualism via their new season looks. Colours are brighter, character is to the fore, and there’s a rush of disco-tinged exuberance in the air, as the prospect of finally going out-out returns.
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