Accessories in Hazelnut: FASHION COLOUR REPORT: Go nuts for Hazelnut to transition from late summer into autumn…

Twice a year PANTONE compiles a Fashion Colour Report based on its evaluation of colours used in the fashion collections at New York Fashion Week and other global shows by fashion designers. The report reveals the trend colours for the seasons – in this case, Spring/Summer.

PANTONE’s Hazelnut is a neutral brown/beige.

1. The Barker Taylor double strap monk shoes for women are bang on trend and super comfortable in cedar calf with beige patent leather detailing. Price £200 from Robinsons Shoes.

2. Alexis Carballosa‘s AW17 collection combines a gold mesh skirt with fresh turquoise blue to salute both summer and autumn in one outfit – the perfect seasonal crossover. As the skirt is transparent the overall effect is hazelnut (you could increase the hazelnut effect with neutral coloured underwear – whether underpants or a petticoat is up to you!).

3. Folli Follie Round Sunglasses feature a sprinkling of golden and hazelnut specks throughout the frame, and brown gradient lenses. Euros 105 from Folli Follie.

4. ‘Beata’ Straw Beret finished with a single (naturally-shed) porcupine quill, from Maggie Mowbray, £230 on Etsy.

5. Sari Snake, a snake-print leather belt will dress up a more casual outfit or complete a formal one. Price £60 from Reiss.

6. Karen Millen Mini Leather Regent Chain Bag features soft quilted leather and a light chain handle. Price £135 from House of Fraser.

7. This hip-length Cashmere Jacket with Nehru Collar is simple but stylish and is versatile enough to be worn with anything from smart jeans to a formal dress. Price £265 from Shibumi Style on Etsy.

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