Summer is the perfect time to be a little more experimental with your style and colour is often the first place to start. If you normally opt for more neutral tones, the thought of adding colour to your wardrobe can be a little bit daunting, but we’re here to show you some simple ways to embrace it.
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Footwear is a great place to start by adding a pop of colour to an otherwise neutral outfit. We love these red espadrilles from Office (£49) and think they are the ultimate summer shoe. Pair these with a white midi dress and a pair of sunglasses for a chic summer look.
We are loving mustard at the moment and can’t get enough of this croc bucket bag from Accessorize at Very (£25). At such a bargain price, you really can’t go wrong with this piece.
If you don’t usually go for a print, then now’s the time to try. This scarf-print dress from Mango (£19.99) can be easily dressed up or down and can be paired with some neutral sandals and accessories if you want to keep it simple.
Headbands have become a huge trend this summer and they don’t just have to be worn on holiday. This pink leopard print one from New Look (£4.99) is so cute and is such an easy way to inject some colour into your outfit!
Adding colour to your wardrobe doesn’t mean that every piece you own has to be vibrant and colourful. We love colour blocking and by that we mean you can have one piece that is colourful and keep the rest minimalistic and neutral. This rust long sleeve shirt from River Island (£28) will look perfect with black shorts and black sandals. We’d also love to pair it with white for a summer night out, just be careful you don’t spill anything down it!
July 16th 2019 - by @CollectPlus