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Even if it means looking like Grimace from McDonald's. What? He's quite cute!
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While I’ve never been one to shy away from buying pop coloured clothing, I do admit to visiting the black, white, blue and neutral half of the closet more than the more colourful half. It is just easier, especially on mornings when you have 30 minutes or less to get out of the house. You don’t have to think too much about what goes or doesn’t go, because it’s a colour palette that works with almost everything. (If you want to cut more minutes out of your prep time, this tried-and-tested hairdryer may be of some help.)

But lately, it seems like the coloured, showy half is going, “Wear me! Wear me!” Maybe it’s my fashion brain rebelling against the coming fall, or maybe it’s this bright purple turtleneck and these super-shiny, ultra-glittery sock boots that I picked up in Tokyo. It got me thinking – why can’t coloured clothes be as versatile as black and white ones? And they’re three times the fun. It is one of the reasons why I decided to add a little more colour into Exhibit’s Resort 2016 collection. (The previous collection was all black and white.)

It’s not just purple – the only thing that is stopping me from wearing this golden yellow THP faux fur coat that I posted on Instagram earlier today is the local weather. So, what do you say? Shall we give those black and blues a little rest?

 

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