Doubtless this is some sort of reaction to months of neutral but cosy leisurewear but colour has never looked quite so exciting. Colour blocking and co-ords are reigning supreme, but the beauty of the colour wheel is it helps keep your tones grouped (warm or cool) or it can be used as a quick guide to contrasting or clashing shades which look surprisingly, fantastically ‘fashion’ when worn together.
A relaxed trouser combo from Monki. Their emerald-green trackie top and bottoms would look as good separately as they do together. Tracksuit bottoms, £35 and jacket, £30
Double blue: the Jack Sweater, by Plümo (£129), oversized, relaxed fit and made from sustainable super-soft yarn. Shown here with their popular medium bleached jeans (£139) which feature a tapered leg and vertical front seam.
Is it too soon to be considering the party season? Perhaps but in the meantime here’s something for any catch-up celebrations in your diary. Dip-hem v-neck dress in fabulous purple tulle £88
Louise Black may be new to luxury fashion, but her previous experience in equestrian is readily apparent in her tailored designs. Raspberry Red High Heeled Blazer Dress, £350
Iris & Ink’s Considered Collection is a new capsule of stylish investment pieces from the fashion brains behind The Outnet and Net-A-Porter. At £725 the orange-toned Blisse Leather Jumpsuit is an investment but this is ethically sourced leather designed to last.
This rich suiting from Joseph is a decidedly luxe version of the co-ords dominating the high street right now. Jara Crepe Satin Jacket £525, Morissey Crepe Satin Trouser, £375, pointy ballerina shoes, £335 and leather strap zip wallet £245
Can’t pick a favourite? Wear the rainbow! Chinti & Parker have teamed up with Crayola to celebrate joy and colour through the medium of cashmere. Sweater and Wide Leg Pants, £250 each