The Primary Colours To Wear Now
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From Jil Sander to Marni, Roksanda to Tibi, designers this season have all embraced dramatic bright blue shades. Look to silky floral styles and tailoring for a twist on conventional spring must-haves.
Millennial pink is still very much on the agenda, so inject your wardrobe with the girly shade by snapping up tees, party dresses and accessories. Bubble gum-hued denim is the directional way to sport the look.
It may be more muted than other primary shades on the spectrum, but lilac is a mainstay on the FROW and Instagram alike, so invest in separates to earn fashion points. Colourphobes should look to Topshop’s lavender footwear for an easy way to wear the shade.
A universally flattering pop of colour, we love red-rimmed sunglasses, backless mules and string bags for a new season-friendly update on the shade. Alternatively, try red maxi dresses and puff-sleeve midis for an event-ready look.
Now officially recognised as the colour of the season, embrace maximalism in statement yellow separates – the crepe ruffle midi wins our vote for both holiday and workwear style points.
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