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Wearing Colour

Although orange and green seem to be the colours of the season if you look back at the catwalks and what has filtered down into the stores, every shade of every colour is there.

Some choose to wear the same colour or tones thereof from head to toe. This is super chic and not quite as easy as it looks to put together. Layers need to be differing lengths and textures, weights even, so you have interest and not a mono block which can look too perfect.

The more confident amongst us may prefer to clash their colours, red and orange, pink and red, green and blue, blue and yellow… Or any mix! Look at a bag of M&Ms for inspo! All bright colours really do work together. This is great for kids who usually end up changing a few times a day – having items in varying colours means they can dress up and down and change it all around without having to have whole outfits as spares!

Then there are those who feel brave wearing say a top that is bright with black or white trousers; maybe now is the time to switch it up with shoes that match the top? These suede driving shoes in turquoise or orange work with black, navy, blues, beige and white – so even when this trend dies, the shoes will live on.

And now to the timid, it’s OK, we know, it can be a bit too much. But try a belt and shoes, or a pocket square and shoes to give you a pop of colour so you can stay on trend, at your own volume. The summer is long, so start now and practice being bold. Go on. We give you the green light!

Although orange and green seem to be the colours of the season if you look back at the catwalks and what has filtered down into the stores, every shade of every colour is there.

Some choose to wear the same colour or tones thereof from head to toe. This is super chic and not quite as easy as it looks to put together. Layers need to be differing lengths and textures, weights even, so you have interest and not a mono block which can look too perfect.

The more confident amongst us may prefer to clash their colours, red and orange, pink and red, green and blue, blue and yellow… Or any mix! Look at a bag of M&Ms for inspo! All bright colours really do work together. This is great for kids who usually end up changing a few times a day – having items in varying colours means they can dress up and down and change it all around without having to have whole outfits as spares!

Then there are those who feel brave wearing say a top that is bright with black or white trousers; maybe now is the time to switch it up with shoes that match the top? These suede driving shoes in turquoise or orange work with black, navy, blues, beige and white – so even when this trend dies, the shoes will live on.

And now to the timid, it’s OK, we know, it can be a bit too much. But try a belt and shoes, or a pocket square and shoes to give you a pop of colour so you can stay on trend, at your own volume. The summer is long, so start now and practice being bold. Go on. We give you the green light!

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