1. Moss Green
It’s a dark green colour with a tint of yellow, like that of moss. This colour works well like a neutral that can be paired with a lot of different shades.
2. Unconventional Leopard Print
Conventional leopard print is kind of an eyesore to be honest, so if you like the print but want to freshen it up go with a leopard pattern rather than a print. It will show in the light but will stay subtle. Also look into leopard print in hazy subdued colours. It’s there, but it’s not there until you take a closer look. Leopard print in unconventional colours is not new, but you still can break away from that classic brown with some techni-colour leopard. Wear it in clothes or footwear and try using colour blocks to incorporate it with this latest trend. Most times though, less is more. So if you are afraid to overdo it with the animal print go with a little detail in your outfit. It can be statement shoes, little shoulder bag or clutch or even just a bracelet or belt.
3. Winter White
are easier to pull off during cold months than pure white is. Look for whites with beige tints subtly mixed in.
4. Plaid Prints
Whether checkered, tartan, or houndstooth, we'll all be marching straight into Fall 2013 with a wardrobe of plaid jackets, dresses, trousers, and more.