Top tips for colourful workwear

Summertime, and the livin’ is easy, as the old Ella Fitzgerald song goes. But what about the dressin’? Somehow, getting that right can feel anything but, especially when you throw all those summer events into the equation. At this time of year, the question we’re repeatedly asked by our customers is what to wear to summer occasions, such as weddings , Christenings and garden parties, as well how to put together a holiday wardrobe (our customers always seem to be going on holiday, and I’m all for that – long may it continue!). Thankfully at Kettlewell, holiday wear is one thing we’re not short of – all our vibrant tops and tees and cool summer dresses means that you are only ever one click away from the perfect outfit, and of course there’s the colour combinations gallery if you’re in need of some tonal inspiration.

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We’re also frequently asked for advice on what to wear to work, whether it’s returning to the work place after having a baby, embarking on a new career or simply finding out what works best when the mercury soars, as it has in the past week or so. Our customers want to know how to appear smart, put-together and crumple-free – and, yes, summery – without losing their professional edge.

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So for this week’s blog post I’m stepping behind the camera to share my tips for injecting colour into your work wardrobe. Don’t worry, I’m not going to suggest you dress in head-to-toe yellow for that client presentation, or turn up at the office a vision in tangerine, but rather team neutrals with a colour pop or two in your seasonal palette that will help getting dressed that little bit easier in the morning and provide a talking point over the water cooler. In a good way, of course.

kate on Jul 09, 2017 3:18 PM

I certainly need some colourful work wear, but please could we have some thicker,more substantial skirts and trousers for the winter?

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