Oxblood Wedding Colour Inspiration + London Fashion Week 2013

My favourite season is unfortunately long gone and it’s probably safe to say that fall is now upon us. Now as much as I looooove summer I do look forward to revamping my wardrobe with all of the new trends. One thing that has got me slightly (just slightly) in the mood for the cold weather has been showcased all over the London Fashion Week 2013 runways, and that is the ‘oxblood red’. Not exactly the best name for a such a gorgeous shade, but it seems that last falls popular colour has made yet another appearance!

Models walking in the Burberry Prorsum Autumn/Winter ’13 show sported glossy oxblood nails, Christopher Kane showcased appliqué flower dresses, Victoria Beckham incorporated the rich shade into her accessories, and House of Holland rocked it in a number of ways, from pencil skirts to blouses, in his ‘Shaken Not Stirred’ collection.

Autumn Winter 2013 Oxblood Inspiration

You can take this trend through to your wedding in so many ways. Don’t be scared to experiment with this colour! However, for those of you who want to play it safe take note from the wedding bouquet below and opt for pairing the shade with creams, off-whites and dark greens.

Coordinated For You Wedding Blog_Oxblood_Burgandy_Wine Wedding Inspiration

What do you think of this season’s Oxblood red? Will you be incorporating this shade into your wedding?

Image credit: Christopher Kane Applique Dress | Burberry Prorsum Nail Lacquer | Victoria Beckham Bag | House of Holland Blouse | Burberry Prorsum Rubber Trench Coat | Shoes | Bouquet | Zac Posen Dress | Kate Bosworth | Wedding Envelope

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