MBFWA 2018 trend report: The coloured pantsuit

Posted: 18 May 2018 11:44 am
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Here's a catwalk trend that was so big that it's already filtered down to the streets. See all our favourite coloured pantsuit snaps from MBFWA 2018.

There were a few trends that we knew we'd see this year at Fashion Week Australia. But there were a few that took us by surprise, and one of those was the coloured pantsuit. This fresh take on suiting makes a bold statement and oddly is more wearable than the traditional black variety.

The first incarnation of this statement-suit style was at the Camilla and Marc show on Sunday night. An eye-catching, pea-green suit stood out against a catwalk that was inspired by the Australian landscape. Green popped up again at the Albus Lumen show where we saw a forest-green suit jacket as well as a rich chocolate-brown pantsuit. Bianca Spender's crisp and clean collection featured a pretty, peach pantsuit, and we saw striking white suits at shows by both Karla Spetic and Pereira Fitzgerald.

Even C/MEO Collective joined in on the pantsuit action, showing off a sunny, yellow number in its bold yet ladylike resort collection. Mariam Seddiq showed off a slightly more traditional camel-coloured version. And even cult-favourite label, Still Still Studio featured a very pretty periwinkle-blue suit in its fashion week show.

Scroll down to see all the pictures of this huge trend you'll be wearing next season.

Camilla and Marc

Camilla and Marc/Getty Images


Albus Lumen

Albus Lumen/Getty Images

Albus Lumen/Getty Images


Bianca Spender

Bianca Spender/Getty Images


Karla Spetic

Karla Spetic/Getty Images


Pereira Fitzgerald

Pereira Fitzgerald/Getty Images


C/MEO Collective

C/MEO Collective/Getty Images


Mariam Seddiq

Mariam Seddiq/Getty Images


Still Still Studio

Still Still Studio/Getty Images


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