How To Wear Colour In Winter

How To Wear Colour In Winter

Bored of Beige?
Here's how to incorporate colour into your wardrobe this season!

The fashion world can broadly be divided up into people who love colour and those who feel most comfortable in soft beiges and muted tones. It's fair to say that the fashion gods have not looked kindly upon the former crowd over the last year or two. 

While I will always have time for the expensive-looking power of earthy hues, I've recently experienced a serious case of beige fatigue. This is saying something because I am firmly in the colour-ambivalent camp, and have to force myself to add notes of colour into my wardrobe of navy, brown and black. However, over the last month, I've found the sea of same-same tones has grown a little repetitive, and, in my opinion, in need of a little excitement.

Fellow monochrome lovers, this one's for you. If you're someone who cringes at the sight of rainbow brights, I've put together a minimalists cheat sheet for injecting colour into your wardrobe this October. Scroll down to see my top tips and shop the key pieces.

Layer up with a colour pop knit

STYLE NOTES: A pair of stand out strides will automatically update and make the look 100 times chicer.

Selected Femme Pearl Handcrafted Knit Vest £95

Soaked In Luxury Lyrica Glorious Green Pullover £74.99

Résumé Gordon Knit Vest £115

 

STYLE NOTES: Adding a pop of colour over a classic base colour i.e black, navy, grey or white will instantly update & enhance the look

Wear A colourful base layer

Modström Krown Bottle Green T-shirt £34.95

Style Notes: If you're not into prints, the below tops might terrify you, but the beauty of the colourful base layer is that it can be surreptitiously slipped under anything—from white shirts to boilersuits. It'll just peep out from under pieces, offering any outfit a little bit of personality.

Black Colour DK Annie Mesh Winter Rose Underlay £30.00

Selected Femme Citrus Yellow My Perfect Tee £16

Inject Colour Into Your Accessories

Style Notes: This has got to be one of the easiest ways to work colour into your wardrobe this winter. Whether it's a bag, pair of shoes, hair slide or statement earrings, a colourful accessory can be grabbed last minute and used to elevate neutral staples.

Black Colour DK Rianna Velvet Bag £41

Black Colour DK Pepe Apricot Leopard Weekender/Large Shopper £52

Black Colour DK Elsa Multi Colour Hair Claw £10.50

Let the colour mix up your wardrobe, have fun with it, try out new things and most of all wear what you LOVE! Colour positivity really is a thing.

Any colour mishaps, style questions or generally want to pick my fashion brain pop a comment below or direct message me.

Big love as per Lou xx

 

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