With the beginning of a new season, comes a new range of colours and shades to enjoy and experiment with in outfits. From pastel tones to darker, bolder hues, we’ve got you covered this season. Below is some outfit inspiration and how to find the right shoe for the tones and textures of your clothing, matching perfect shades to latest trends this winter.
1. Pretty in Pastels
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Be cheery yet warm this winter by embracing soft, understated pastel hues. Pops of colour during colder months are eye-catching and a refreshing difference from the darker colours most choose to wear. Salmon pinks, dusty greys and misty blues are key colours here, paired with nude and subtle shoe tones to compliment your outfit. Avoid bright neons and punchy patterned shoes to simplify this look and keep it light and trendy.
2. Moody Elegance
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Pull off a relaxed yet stylish look this winter by layering different shades of grey – a must-have in every winter wardrobe. Not only does grey go well with almost any other colour, it gives your outfit a polished, layered look that exudes chic classiness. Add a pair of lace-up or simply decorated flats in darker tones of black and grey to finish off this killer look.
3. Monochromatic Minimalism
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The classic black and white combo is an all-time fashion favourite and for good reason too. When sticking monochrome tones when choosing an outfit, you can’t go wrong. The dynamic duo was made to be worn together, and their distinct contrasting colours work together harmoniously. Jazz up your outfit with an ankle or knee-high boot to create a look that tells the world not to mess with this fashionista today!
4. Seductive Darks
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If you’re loving neutral shades this winter but want to add a subtle splash of colour to your outfit, rich maroon-toned fabrics are your saviour. This shade of red is classy yet sensual, and is guaranteed to flatter any casual or formal look. This winter, add a pair of cream-coloured ankle boots or a simple black flat so as not to overwhelm the colour palette and give maroon a chance to shine.