colour pop style

A Guide To Colour Pop Style In Winter

Despite Winter’s draw to deep velvety hues denoting berries and dark nights, the fashion world’s opinion on this typical colour palette throughout the cold season is changing. Gone are the days where you must wear head-to-toe black because the temperature has dropped. Embrace the revolt and keep your favourite bright pieces in your wardrobe all year round. Here’s how to achieve colour pop style with bright leather accessories and more, this Winter…

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Blend With Camel Tones

It shouldn’t work but it just does. If you have a statement camel coat or a deep sand-hued roll neck in your wardrobe, team it with a brightly toned piece for a sophisticated way to colour pop, this season. This chic look brings the boldness down a few notches to make your ensemble suitable for the office, plus you are likely to feel more au fait with this colour combination compared to a neon clash. With both pink and red topping the fashion colour spectrum this year, these two scarlet shades offer a good place to get your colour-pop ball rolling. Keep other accessories and footwear muted to execute this trend perfectly.

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Add A Statement Coat

One of the most pertinent ways to inject colour into your style is by introducing a killer statement coat to your look. Whether you drape it over your shoulders or button it up to keep the cold out, opt for a vivid-hued outerwear piece to add a colour-pop element to your ensemble. Think bright mustard tones, Eighties powdery blues and millennial pinks. The perks of a colourful coat are quite simple: a) you will maintain refreshingly bright on the most dismal of days, b) it will add interest to any outfit. Keep the length long and just skimming the knee for a smart aesthetic. This season, an exaggerated lapel is a desirable option – the bigger the better.

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Fuse Lilac With Red

An unusual merging of tones, a lilac and red combination is bound to intrigue even your most unfashionable of peers. Although bright, the blending of these two hues creates a uniquely feminine aesthetic that is both bold and incredibly ladylike. This chic colour combination has even attracted royalty – the Duchess of Cambridge championed this duo of shades earlier on in the year, teaming a lilac shift dress with a neat, red clutch. For added exuberance, opt for fabrics such as satin and silk to elevate your ensemble for the evening. The shades will shine brighter and you are bound to stand out at the cocktail bar.

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Keep It Tonal

A failsafe way to colour pop is to simply wear one single colour. Be brave and fuse different shades of your chosen hue together for an instant just-off-the-runway look. This trend demands a certain air of confidence, so to pull an all-colour ensemble off effortlessly, ensure you knock those doubtful thoughts to the back of your brain. Keep lines tailored and vary textures to execute seamlessly. It’s key to note that all accessories must be monotone or neutral for an ideal balance of shades. If you are seeking a sophisticated way to dress yourself for a special occasion, this colour pop trend is guaranteed to reward you with style credibility during the wintry months.

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'A Christmas Colour Pop'

A new venture for the brand, Maxwell – Scott takes on a bolder aesthetic for Christmas with the introduction of three new leather shades – hot pink, blush pink and petrol. Choose our most iconic small accessories, like the Felice pencil case and the Chia makeup bag, in these colour-popping hues