Look on the bright side and make a statement by pairing bold, clashing colours – The Sun

THE future’s bright as bold colour is back and bigger than ever.

To really pack a punch, think fresh, clashing shades.

Follow in the fashion footsteps of Victoria Beckham and pair together unlikely hues.

Pinks and blues, purples and oranges, red and yellows – there is no end to which shades you can wear together.

Here, Abby McHale shows you how to make a statement by forgetting the rulebook and going colour crazy.

  • Green skirt, £35 from Topshop – buy now
  • Yellow jumper, £29 from Topshop – buy now

TIP: Rich colours such as mustard and forest green are a great option if you don’t want to go all out with the brighter shades.

  • Brown suit jacket, £140, and trousers, £89, from Topshop – buy now
  • Jumper, £28 from Nasty Gal – buy now

TIP: Taking runway inspiration this season is about the suit with contrasting jumper. Add oomph to a two-piece with a bright knit.

  • Yellow blouse, £29.99 from Reserved – buy now
  • Red skirt, £35 from River Island – buy now

TIP: Tick two trend boxes in one by clashing colours and textures. Soft silks and hard vinyl make a catwalk-worthy look.

  • Green dress, £59.99 from Mango – buy now
  • Purple puffer, £99.99 from Mango – buy now

TIP: Lilac and green should always be seen. They are opposites on the colour wheel making them a perfect pairing.

  • Pink dress, £145 from Ghost – buy now
  • Blue coat, £89 from M&S – buy now
  • Shoes, £59.99 from Zara – buy now

TIP: This sugary shade of pink against cobalt blue creates a dramatic look with minimum effort.

  • Orange silk top, £29.50 from M&S – buy now
  • Purple trousers, £29.99 from Zara – buy now
  • Shoes, £49.99 from Zara – buy now

TIP: An office outfit doesn’t have to be dull. Add a bright silk shirt with a pair of fitted trousers for the ultimate power look.

  • Hair and make-up by Bella Jones using Less Is More and Lime Crime from boots.com

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