During the pandemic, fashion took a backstep with the rise of athleisure taking centre stage as comfort became a priority for those working from home days and daily walks, with no real need to pull together an outfit that expressed our identity.
In fact, it was more the mood of the nation that dictated fashion, with neutral hoodies and loungewear dominating the sales of many fashion brands, including here at Chinti & Parker.
Rachael Wood, co-founder and director of Chinti & Parker said “During the periods where restrictions were in place, there was a huge shift towards hoodies and our Essentials collection, with people opting for beige, white, grey and more neutral, staple items.
However, what we’ve seen since the beginning of S/S ‘22 and into A/W ‘22 is a real shift, as people once again look to resurrect their own style and express themselves through what they wear.”
Which got us thinking, just how much have people’s attitudes changed towards the colours they’re embracing?