Spicy Mustard comes as one of the most vibrant fall/ winter 2016 color trends that will add some exotic and zesty touches to any outfit, speaking about its carrier’s living in clover. As it would be expected, it’s not spring-worthy sunny yellow, bereft of any shimmering rays, but instead squirted with some spices to become a little bit muted and out-and-out fall-worthy.
The fall/winter 2016 fashion weeks find many a designer embracing this spicy shade, some of them dreaming up head-to-toe Spicy Mustard outfits, while others inserting some prints, embellishments or accessories in this shade. We see Chloe going for all the marbles and rendering out an incorporeal tulle dress, while those leather boots in mustard shade happening at high frequency are synched up to the overall adventurous spirit of the Chloe fall/winter 2016 runway show. But it looks equally spicy against the semi-burnt and dilapidated background of the Moschino show as well appearing either on a gown or on a bow-top.
Valentino touches upon the more delicate and tender side of Spicy Mustard materializing it on a couple of velvet dresses or else using it for some lovely embellishments on taupe tulle dresses. We see a smattering of velvet pieces in this spicy shade at Arthur Arbesser, Emilio Pucci and 3.1 Phillip Lim as well, the latter also giving birth to a range of ankle boots in mustard velvet. At Roberto Cavalli and Jenny Packham things take a more haute couture spin catering us to a couple of layered gowns all wrapped in ruffles or undulations, while at Rodarte, Sportmax, Acne Studios and Creatures of the Wind Spicy Mustard starts playing with all its glory through fall-worthy outerwear pieces.
Gucci’s interpretation of Spicy Mustard is furry but also sailing right through exotic eyeglasses and turbans, while at Fendi, Balenciaga and Max Mara we detect some very cool handbags in this shade. And if you still need some more manifestation of this color’s brightening and enlivening potential look to that gothic collection by Marc Jacobs with a number impregnated with Spicy Mustard fur and other accents instantly throwing a piece of light on the runway.