The Styling Issue: AW21 Color Guide

 

The Styling Issue: The AW21 Color Guide. After a long hiatus from practicing the art of getting dressed, explore the world of color this winter. Minimalists and maximalists alike will appreciate the exuberant hues of the season. Explore the Styling Issue and get inspired to complement a packed social calendar with outfits fit for the affair. Who knows, you may just take the plunge on color in the process.



The AW21 season intends to push one’s wardrobe color palette and challenge black as a default color. This concept translated into hypersaturated jewel tones and supple metallics meant to be reveled in. These hues are sure to turn heads and spark conversation.

Meet Copper, a multidimensional shade with the ability to be unparalleled and familiar in unison, like a valuable piece of jewelry or a family heirloom worn every day. 

Experiment with Petrol. A distinctive tone of teal that is lavish yet relatable, like the pleasant paradox of being barefoot in an elegant home. 

Get imaginative with Violet. A tint with an insatiable ability to hold interest without overwhelming, like interacting with an entrancing conversationalist whose gaze is comfortable. 

Keep it classic with Desert; an energized neutral with the transformable ability to add a breath of warmth with lightness and optimism.


Copper, a natural pairing for dressers who see black as a go-to in their wardrobe, provides an easeful, almost-black shade that is visually interesting with a hint of sparkle fit for the holiday season. Copper does it all with delight and an enviable nonchalant approach from the office to dinner, drinks, brunch, errands, holiday parties, and everything in between. Neutral lovers will find styling Copper thrilling and more effortless than expected as it compliments earthy tones. 

A busy day with social plans after 9-5 needs something crisp like white straight-leg jeans and a tailored white button-up. Then, layer a muted green ankle-length trench coat to tie the look together. Finally, elevate the outfit and add some height with the Beia boot in Copper

A weekend on the go requires something casual and put-together. Start with straight-leg jeans and an oversized and structural hoodie. Then, lay a sweater across the shoulders and ensure comfortability with fan-favorite, the Eugenia flat in Copper.

Play with shape and choose an eye-catching oversized tiered midi dress for an evening event. Pair an ankle-length wool coat in marbled grey and the Alba mule in Copper for sophistication.

Pick a silhouette: the Beia boot in Copper, the Inia flat in Copper, the Alba mule in Copper, or the Eugenia flat in Copper.


The dresser who is new to exploring the world of color or likes to keep things unexpected will be taken with Petrol. A buoyant multifaceted teal, Petrol is easier to style than it appears. This striking tint is a perfect pairing for dressy occasions. From meetings to dinner, drinks, and every happening in between, Petrol shines. Classic dressers will find Petrol a breath of fresh air.

Impress at meetings and date night afterward with transitional attire. Start with wide-leg trousers in a warm shade. Then, add a structured white button-up and unbutton two buttons after hours to feel carefree. Complete the look with a matching blazer and the Inia flat in Petrol.

Style a quintessential midi dress in a subtle print with the Glove flat in Petrol for a dinner party. This ensemble is practical when hosting or attending a celebration yet, energizing and unexpected.

Pick a silhouette: the Beia boot in Petrol, the Eugenia flat in Petrol, the Inia flat in Petrol, or the Glove flat in Petrol.


Bold dressers will instantly be captivated by Violet. A striking purple, Violet is eye-catching and intriguing. This multidimensional hue has a chameleon effect. When paired with laid-back pieces, Violet feels refreshingly relaxed. However, when styled with dressier attire, Violet has an elevating effect. Head to the office followed by dinner, drinks, errands, or an event confidently in footwear with personality. Those with capsule wardrobes ready to explore color will find Violet simple to style with classic pieces.

Meet friends at drinks in a trendy neighborhood with an expertly layered look. Pair wide-leg camel trousers with a white button-up shirt. Feel cozy with a camel sweater vest and keep things interesting with the Beia boot in Violet

A weekend filled with errands entails an outfit that is chic, practical, and transitional. Opt for cropped straight-leg trousers or jeans and a grey long sleeve turtle neck. Add visual interest with a short sleeve blush button-up top and stay comfortable with the Eugenia flat in Violet.

Pick a silhouette: the Beia boot in Violet or the Eugenia flat in Violet.


Those who enjoy white shoes in the colder months will find Desert to be a new staple. An off-beat tone, Desert is archetypal and stands out compared to the average brown. This hue is eloquent and mysterious, yet light and approachable. From work to date night, holiday parties, and weekend traveling, Desert does it all. Minimalists will appreciate the styling capabilities of Desert within their wardrobes, while maximalists will style Desert with busy pieces for a sense of calmness. 

A weekend traveling requires a specific outfit. First, wear white wide-leg trousers or jeans with a camel knit sweater, layer up to prepare for various temperatures with a white blazer followed by a mid-calf trench coat. For the final touch, add the Alba mule in Desert.

Date night demands memorable attire. Start with a navy silk midi dress and a wool camel coat. Then, pair the Alba mule in Desert to effortlessly complement the navy and camel. 

Inspire at the company party with a thoughtfully intelligent ensemble. First, wear structural straight-leg neutral trousers with a deep green long sleeve turtleneck. Next, tuck in a white button-up and keep the top buttons undone. Then put on a tailored camel blazer and the Beia boot in Desert to finish the look.

Pick a silhouette: the Beia boot in Desert or the Alba mule in Desert.

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Inés Ybarra — Photographer & Art Director

Inés Ybarra is a photographer & art director currently residing in Madrid. Inés is also the founder & creative director of CasaHari.
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Selected Clients

D1 Models
Derek Henderson
Fasianos Workshop
State of Escape,
Net-A-Porter
Estelle Dévé Studio

D1 Models
Derek Henderson
Fasianos Workshop
State of Escape,
Net-A-Porter
Estelle Dévé Studio

D1 Models
Derek Henderson
Fasianos Workshop
State of Escape,
Net-A-Porter
Estelle Dévé Studio

D1 Models
Derek Henderson
Fasianos Workshop
State of Escape,
Net-A-Porter
Estelle Dévé Studio

D1 Models
Derek Henderson
Fasianos Workshop
State of Escape,
Net-A-Porter
Estelle Dévé Studio

© Inés Ybarra 2021

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