A rainbow or delicious pastels and vibrant, rich hues have sprung in the shops, welcoming the arrival of the summer. They are shades for all of us to our style and moods. Here is how to wear summers best colours.
Yellow is certainly the colour of the season. From lemon to vibrant yellow, the brighter the colour the better. It works particularly well with white, navy or khaki. The key is to choose the shade that suits you best: The lighter your complexion the lighter the hue.
Tangerine or coral are also coveted hues. For play or for work, these hues look stunning in block combination or is patterns. White and coral are stylish choices for occasion wear. Metallic and tangerine are cool choice for casual. A simple printed dress in coral tones is an elegant and fun choice for day to evening wear.
Pastels are to be everywhere. Slightly richer tones than in previous collections, this time around, the colours are paired in intriguing textures of brocade, laces, embellishments and even soft leather.
Baby pink, lemon or mint are amongst to ones to go for. Pastels work always better paired with another pastel or with light neutrals: white, light grey or taupe and with accents of metallic.
The must have
The coloured separate is a season staple, be it a skirt, tailored pants, city shorts or outwear. River Island has pretty lemon a-line textured skirt that would work beautifully with white or navy or lilac. Pink lover? Oasis a version of an a-line midi length skirt.
On a similar style note, tailored pants in shades of red, yellow, blue or in abstract prints will flatter your look. Pair yours with neutral or complimentary hues.
White – A chic way to refresh your look this summer is to go for head- to- toe all white. Layer pieces in intriguing textures and modern pieces.
Navy – a timeless and functional colour, navy is the neutral favourite, plus it suits most skin complexions at the opposite of black. Classic navy and white for an nautical inspired look, or for night time glamour. Navy, coral and cream is a more playful and stylish style combo.