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Natural beauty - colour combinations for every palette


I love being outside at this time of year, and the thing that so often strikes me is how varied and beautiful the colours that nature shows us, even during different times of the same day, can be. It's easy to think of 'nature' as being little more than variations on the theme of brown and green, but the natural world has so much more to offer us.

For this week's blog post I've taken inspiration from the huge range of colour combinations that the natural world has to show us. From soft tonal palettes to bold, bright and high contrast looks, the world around us offers us endless options for every skintone and seasonal palette.

If you're not sure which palette of colours you should be starting from when it comes to these natural world inspired looks, you can start with our colour quiz, which will show you your best colours and get you started on your colour journey. Once you've done that, simply follow the links below to see the very best of nature's colour palettes for your own seasonal palette.

Karen Heggs on May 10, 2021 4:12 PM

Please please consider a men’s section. Even if it is just a few pieces. M husband has had his colours done and hates shopping. This would be ideal for him.

Christine M Strohm on May 08, 2021 6:23 PM

Please add more wrap style dresses.

I am a petite woman and that style is best for me.

Yve on May 08, 2021 8:54 AM

love the colour charts. Do you ever do petite sizes as although I love the clothes they are all too large. Thank you.

Helen Williamson on May 07, 2021 8:32 PM

Fabulous. I love nature inspired combinations. Had noticed some of these pictures. Lovely to have outfit suggestions for all. I will try some of these. 🥰👍

sue on May 07, 2021 8:17 PM

Hi I love all the Autumn colours in this blog I am a soft warm light Autumn, I seam to like all the deeper colours iv just bought a pea green top I wasn’t sure about but I like the colour if I forget sub types is it ok to wear all the colours in my wallet, I would love to know if I should stick to the light colours of which I only have one. Thank you for your help. Jo.