Colour vs Neutral: Pick your wardrobe palette and commit from head to toe

Fashion’s style spectrum is vast and varied, and within its grey areas it can be difficult to find your place. However, most of us know whether we gravitate towards a neutral palette, or more colourful pieces — or a bit of both.

A key trend for several seasons, seen on both the street style set and on the runways, is to pick one and commit head to toe. The effect is much more wearable than you would think, as it provides visual cohesion — even if you go the colourful route. And if you do, we applaud you!


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NEUTRALS

Clockwise from top left: Nanushka Manouk Cream Blazer from Muse, Ava Twisted Knit Crop from Camilla and Marc, Ultimate Ankle boot from Louis Vuitton, 04 Audrey Mini from Paris Georgia, Isabel Marant Chunky Chain necklace from Workshop, Mae Trench Coat from Camilla and Marc, Victoria Beckham VB642S Sunglasses from Parker & Co., 30 Montaigne Bag from Dior, Anaa Cashmere Sweater from Workshop, The Hacker Project maxi GG skirt from Gucci.

STATEMENT SHADES

Clockwise from top left: Loulou Studio Borneo Coat from Workshop, Crepe Knit Bralette from Scanlan Theodore, Misha Earrings from Christie Nicolaides, Valentino Oversized silk-faille shirt from Matches, Laine Wide Leg Pant from Camilla and Marc, Cleo shoulder bag with flap from Prada, Bottega Veneta Terry Slides from Net-a-porter, Remmy Top from Paris Georgia, Micro Lady Dior Bag from Dior.

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