Spring Colour Trends We Love & How To Wear Them

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Seen everywhere from Pantone’s top hits to Inauguration poet Amanda Gorman’s Prada coat, yellow has already made a case for itself this spring. Both bright and ice cream pastel shades are a big deal this season; if you’re more of a minimalist, then pale yellow could be a gentle way to step out of your comfort zone – try this Zara pant suit on for size, matched with athleisure trainers for a casual look. Alternatively, go bold with a rich marigold statement dress.

Match your yellow tones with a splash of lilac for ultimate cool girl vibes, along with gold jewellery to bring out your outfit’s warmer tones.

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While this is definitely the trickiest shade of the bunch to style, luxury brands like Mara Hoffman, Burberry, Acne Studios and more proved it could be done in their SS21 collections. Dip your toe in by opting for an orange accessory (we love this Japanese-inspired leather tote), or dive in with a big piece (the plaid print of this Isabel Marant shacket makes the hue instantly wearable). Keep the rest of your outfit minimal with blue denim, delicate jewellery and the ubiquitous bucket hat – we’re also fans of adding these chunky yellow rain boots for contrast.

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Bubblegum Pink

From Chanel to Roksanda, designers saw the season through rose-tinted glasses as bright pinks entered the fray. You’ll find the hue at practically every store you wander into this spring, and even if you’re not a Barbie girl, brands like H&M, Zara and Rixo have stamped the shade onto cool silhouettes. Case in point, this easy, breezy cotton dress, which we’ll be dressing up with ruched strap mules and fanciful earrings. The matcha-hued Knotted Mini Bag is a perfect (and unashamedly saccharine) final touch.

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Stop traffic in firetruck red this season. You can never go wrong with a statement one-piece, and this sleek jumpsuit is designed to look great on all body sizes. The easiest way to pull it off is let the shade dominate a look paired with quieter accessories – cue this Bottega lookalike, a sweet signet ring and a pair of versatile sandals. The more adventurous can take inspiration from brands like Rixo and Molly Goddard’s unusual combinations as they clashed reds with checkerboard pinks and blues.

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