This Spring there will be several options for those who like to ‘live life in colour’ – if not monochrome is a big trend and of course there is also plenty of white to come.
So, here are a few colour options for you to consider. What about Hot Coral and Orange or Green and Yellow. If you aren’t brave enough to go for a yellow or green dress add a fizz of colour in your accessories.
They are such happy colours – they bring to mind holidays and sun baked beaches! They are not for everyone though so do take care wearing them up near your face unless you know that the colour suits you. If you’re not sure, now’s the time to invest in a colour consultation – wearing the right colours will make you look vibrant, healthy and yes, younger too!
Cowl neck top and Clutch bag by L.K. Bennett, Canvas strip ballet pumps from John Lewis, Orange viscose dress Collection Weekend by John Lewis, Cross body bag by Pual’s Boutique, Court shoes by L.K. Bennett, Blazer by Mango, Tote bag Lauren by Ralph Lauren, Jersey top by Kaliko
Yellow can be sophisticated with grey or navy, made tropical with other hot colours or relaxed with white. Yellow this season ranges from fresh and citrusy to golden.
Silk cowl neck top by L.K. Bennett, Floral dress Boutique by Jaeger, Yellow jeans by Oui, Ballet pumps by John Lewis, High heel sandals by Diane von Furstenberg at my-wardrobe.com, Tote bag by Marella, Relaxed knit top by Fenn Wright Manson Ltd
Green seems to be one of those colours that divides opinion. My Dad spent years telling me that green was an unlucky colour and yet it was my Mum’s favourite colour (perhaps she wore it on purpose to wind him up!), but I personally love it, especially the brighter emerald greens that are so good on those with ‘clear’ colouring like me. As with most colours, there’ll be a green for ‘you’ too, whether it’s a yellowy lime green or a minty seagreen or maybe a soft moss or deeper evergreen.