lady wearing a green dress with black flowers on it and black high heels

Go green! 

It’s no coincidence that on the back of sustainability and environmental issues, fashion brands are tapping into this with the colours they have chosen for Spring. From light moss to verbena; sage to seafoam, there is an abundance of green shades to choose from.

Some palettes will be spoilt for choice (Softs and Warms), others may find this trend slightly more awkward to wear. But, think about your own look and balance it out with a secondary shade. For example, all you Catherine Zeta-Jones out there will know that a soft verbena washes you out, so add a little depth such as charcoal grey. 

It’s a simple trick that means you can wear much more of your wardrobe and, throw in a cheeky colour that you absolutely love, but may not be your best.

I work ‘with’ my clients and never say no. It’s really all about showing you how to wear colour. What works on your best friend or colleague, may need a little tweak here and there for it to work on you. 

Have you ever considered having a colour analysis? Let me give you the tools for a very colourful future.