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It’s all going on the colour front this season! No muted shades to dull the excitement of summer. And our summer is well and truly here... There’s nothing mellow about the yellow in the Fynch-Hatton line and the red used in Pepe Jeans polos and t-shirts. These colours just look better and better as the tan gets worked on! Polo Ralph Lauren’s pink is eye-popping and hello orange – colour of the season – the main feature in most brands across our stores.

The best thing about bright colours is that you can wear them in so many ways:

1 – Colour Blocking

Wear the same colour head to toe; this is easy with strong colours - you can get t-shirts, shorts, dresses, skirts and shoes in similar shades. The colour itself doesn’t need to match exactly, just wearing the same colour is the idea; so you can mix and match shades from different brands.

2 – Wear with white

My rule for any purchase of separates is, ‘'can I wear this with white?” now I can hear your crowing that everything goes well with white, but sometimes, just sometimes, you need to take care with pattern and white especially if the patterned item is for your top half and the bottom half is white.

There’s not much that beats a quality white t-shirt for the summer, and adding bright skirts, shorts, trousers and white pumps or shoes in the same colour, really does look chic at any time of the day, or night.

3 – Clashing

Bright colours all work together so there are no real rules here. Put blue with green, red with yellow, orange with pink – you get the gist. Anything goes! Look to nature for your inspiration… every colour flower looks good with yellow and green – so maybe start there?

It’s all going on the colour front this season! No muted shades to dull the excitement of summer. And our summer is well and truly here... There’s nothing mellow about the yellow in the Fynch-Hatton line and the red used in Pepe Jeans polos and t-shirts. These colours just look better and better as the tan gets worked on! Polo Ralph Lauren’s pink is eye-popping and hello orange – colour of the season – the main feature in most brands across our stores.

The best thing about bright colours is that you can wear them in so many ways:

1 – Colour Blocking

Wear the same colour head to toe; this is easy with strong colours - you can get t-shirts, shorts, dresses, skirts and shoes in similar shades. The colour itself doesn’t need to match exactly, just wearing the same colour is the idea; so you can mix and match shades from different brands.

2 – Wear with white

My rule for any purchase of separates is, ‘'can I wear this with white?” now I can hear your crowing that everything goes well with white, but sometimes, just sometimes, you need to take care with pattern and white especially if the patterned item is for your top half and the bottom half is white.

There’s not much that beats a quality white t-shirt for the summer, and adding bright skirts, shorts, trousers and white pumps or shoes in the same colour, really does look chic at any time of the day, or night.

3 – Clashing

Bright colours all work together so there are no real rules here. Put blue with green, red with yellow, orange with pink – you get the gist. Anything goes! Look to nature for your inspiration… every colour flower looks good with yellow and green – so maybe start there?

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