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Ask the stylists about how to wear colour for SS19

 

One of the ways you can transform your look for Spring is by adding a touch of colour. This season is all about primary brights or softer pastel hues, so pick your corner and let our stylists Florrie and Katy guide you through how to style each look.

Wearing colour is one of the simplest ways to update your look for Spring. For some, the mere thought of wearing anything other than a neutral or monochrome palette has them reaching for black, however, anyone can wear colour and here’s how:

Primary Brights

Levi's Sport Hoodie

£60

An easy way to wear colour is with a pop of a bright hue on your jacket or coat. This hoodie ticks all the right boxes when it comes to style this Spring and Summer - it's in primary red, it adheres to the sports luxe look and it enables you to either wear it as a statement piece over a neutral colour outfit or colour clash with pink, blue or yellow. 

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Esprit Colour Block Sweatshirt

£29

The most fashionable way to wear brights this season is by mixing two or more colours together, so why not make this look easier to style with one piece that creates this look for you? Red and blue have never looked so cool. 

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GANT Rose Pleated Skirt

£135

Wearing bright colour through a patterned piece can help break up solid shades making it easier to wear. Look for florals, stripes or geometric prints this season to update your look. 

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Gerry Weber Roxeri Best For Me Trousers

£99

If you are conscience of wearing colour, keeping brighter hues on your bottom half and away from your face is a more style friendly way to wear this look.  Wear with a black, navy or white top to balance out the look.

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Tommy Hilfiger Painted Colourblock Lightweight Crepe Top

£100

As we have said above, incorporating bright colour in a print is an easier way to wear this look. This season the 90s revival is still going strong with colour blocking and geometric patterns giving an alternative to florals.

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Tommy Hilfiger Sarrah Cable Knit Detail Jumper

£110

If you only go for one colour this season make it yellow. From mellow yellow to zesty tones, fashion is getting fruity. Wear this knit under your dress for a cute work day look or with jeans and trainers for a weekend. 

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Pastels

Ichi Ihtanja Layered Look Azure Blue Top

£34.99

For a softer take on colour opt for pastels. A soft blue looks great with navy and Royal blue shades or mix with pastel pink and yellow for a 2019 twist.

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Oui Slim Fit Coloured Jeans

£109

Millennial pink is still going strong. Wear with bright red for a contemporary look or mix with yellow for a surprising colour combination that is so now. 

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Phase Eight Willa Stripe Shirt Dress

£89

Stripes are still on-trend this Spring, but this year it's all about the pastl blue and white stripe (or baby pink and white stripe). Wear with pastel coloured jeans for a quick new season update. 

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Accessories

Swatch Colour the Sky Watch

£46

The easiest way to inject a pop of colour into your look is to accessorise. For those who like to make a statement, this watch is ideal.

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Superga 2790 Suede Pink Skin Flatform Shoe

£80

A pastel pink trainer is a great alternative to the classic white - and it will go with practically anything in your wardrobe. 

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AllSaints Captain Leather Cobalt Blue Small Bucket Bag

£178

Add a pop of colour to your Spring wardrobe with a bag in your favourite shade. This Cobalt blue bucket bag will see you through Spring and Summer and into Autumn judging by the looks seen at London Fashion Week.

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