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Bright colour combos for bright days!

I just know that as soon as I post this, that will be the end of the summer, but at the risk of tempting extreme fate, I am finding that all the recent sunshine across much of the UK (with huge apologies to those of you who are getting all the rain that isn't falling elsewhere) is really inspiring me to embrace brighter and bolder colour combinations. My outfits have been truly tropical this week, with soft white and tan contrasted with lime green, zesty orange or tropical yellow. Rather than keeping all the colour to myself, I'm sharing a few of my favourite bright colour combos for bright days with you, in the hope that some of you will join me in celebrating the bright!



Look 1: Milan Knit Cardigan in Sunshine Yellow, Long Camisole in Sea Blue, Cashmere Gauze Stole in Pebble Grey

Look 2: Cotton Rib Bolero in Warm White, Camisole in Tan, Cashmere Gauze Stole in Pomegranate



Look 1: Alexa Zip Jacket in Royal Blue, Cotton Shirt Dress in Biscotti, Cashmere Gauze Stole in Soft White

Look 2: Cotton Rib Bolero in Warm White, Everyday Cotton Tee in Tangelo, Cashmere Gauze Stole in Canary Yellow



Look 1: Cotton Rib Bolero in Rosewater, Cara V Neck in Soft White, Florence Infinity Scarf in Heliotrope

Look 2: Milan Knit Cardigan in Raspberry, Sleeveless V in Rose Madder, Cashmere Gauze Stole in Pink Ice



Look 1: Milan Knit Cardigan in Snow White, Pippa Top in Lobelia, Cashmere Gauze Stole in Limeade

Look 2: Cotton Blazer in Pink Peacock, Semi Scoop 3/4 Sleeve in White, Cashmere Gauze Stole in Electric Blue

hedgecrone on Jun 19, 2018 10:03 AM

Really loving the colour combos - PLEASE keep them coming, including combining with some of the deeper/duller shades which can be dreary if not combined skilfully. Thinking deep teals, marine blues, and so on. Keep it coming!

jayne on Jun 16, 2018 10:45 AM

Love the colours for Autumns but could do with more green in scoop and V Tops and more green such as Peridot or Tree Top in longer jackets. There are none !

Larger sizes and slightly less fitting dresses slightly longer would be great with scoop and V neck ( Not cross over ) Black for Winter 's seems to be in every style. What about putting Marine Navy as our basic colour like black or chocolate . Adore you colours though

Catherine on Jun 16, 2018 10:10 AM

Lovely blog post and lovely colour combinations. Yum.

Kw on Jun 16, 2018 8:13 AM

Having only recently learned I am a deep summer I would love to see a lot more suggestions on winning colour combinations from the new ranges of stock when they come in. I find it difficult to know how to achieve the blended, tonal combinations without some help.

F Hunter on Jun 13, 2018 11:55 PM

Love love love your colours if only you would do larger sizes and longer length tops.