Soda, Dahlia, Gitanes and Summer Lime make the most impact when teamed with white. For the brave take a risk with colour blocking, think brights on brights or choose a prim and proper silhouette in a striking knockout shade. Add a pop of colour to your spring wardrobe for an instant confidence boost. From the fail-safe little black dress to super skinny jeans, everyone has a piece of clothing that makes them feel uber confident (and just fabulous)!
When thinking about confidence and fashion, we automatically think about colour. The catwalks were full of bold brights this season; everything from sunshine yellow to royal blue and hot pink - potentially intimidating but, in truth, there’s nothing that makes us happier than a pop of colour.
Our top tips when buying into trends is to find something that works for you – always remember your shape and silhouette and take note of fabrics too. Accessories are also a great way to nod to trends. With bold coloured pieces, like Belted Stretch Cotton Dress, we would tend to spend a little bit more to get a more quality fabric. By spending a little bit more on key items, the look, fit and feel is so much better than the alternatives.
Channel the tropics for a fabulous summer look. Wear the Belted Stretch Cotton Dress, with chunky statement jewellery to embrace the trend or pair down with sandals and neutral knitwear for when the nights draw in. Eye-catching, colours really look fantastic and bright.
Choosing Summer Lime, Soda, Dahlia or Gitanes will make you stand out in the crowd. Indeed, these colours are very nice, feminine and add an intrigue to your style. They highlight your bright personality and your goal to keep up with the latest fashion trends.
However, whenever choosing one of these colours make sure not to overuse the latter since it can be risky in the aspect that you may look like a three coloured traffic light. Pair these colours with simpler and softer tones so that there is a contrast. Wear summer bright colours on the part of your body you most of all want to define, since, once the colour appears on that zone, it will indeed attract attention first of all.
Whether summer brights are one of your favourite colours or you are just testing out the trend, it's still a great way to add some brightness and cheerfulness to your summer wardrobe and make you have a fresh look. Choose your Summer Bright carefully: