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Why now is a great time to support independent British brands

The passed 3 months have certainly been uncertain times for many businesses. The rate at which measures were implemented to reduce the spread of COVID – 19 meant that shops had to close quickly, manufacturing and distribution was disrupted or even stopped and new product launches delayed.

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Go Green or Go Home

We all know that eating and drinking green stuff is good for us. and it’s been proven that when we surround ourselves with greenery, ie walking through a forest, sitting in the garden or filling our homes with house plants we feel more calm and relaxed.  But what about wearing it? Green, although a beautiful colour (and my mum’s favourite by the way) is one that leaves people wondering how to wear it.

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It’s time to rock the colour block

Monochrome has long been fashion’s favourite colour pairing, but now a new world of bold combinations has opened up. Whether you call it two-tone, bi-colour, colour blocking or duo-toned the trend is back and this time mixing bold, bright and sometimes clashing colours in no longer a no no. 

In the 1960’s, fashion was inspired by the Pop Art movement and so bold colours and prints were everywhere.  Colour blocking was the height of fashion, who can forget YSL’s iconic Piet Mondrian inspired dress?

Rules don’t really exist when it comes to mastering this trend.  You only have to look at the street style at New York Fashion Week which was littered with colour blocking to be inspired.

It’s not only on the runway, but it can be seen in our homes and in beauty too.  Wherever it’s used it creates a more edgy and unique look.

It’s perfectly understandable to go straight for the classic, neutral tones in your wardrobe, they are, afterall an indispensable staple.  But next time you reach for the safe option, I encourage you to consider adding something more bodacious.