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9 Outfit Colour Combos You’ve Never Tried But Now Wish You Did

Because after looking at these genius amalgamations from the street style pack, your mind WILL be changed.
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“New” is the buzz word that we’ve all been hearing in the last couple of days and probably will for the rest of the month. New resolutions, new goals, new perspectives, new, new, new. While all those “NEW YEAR NEW ME” posts on Instagram can get a little much, it is true that a new year brings the chance to click refresh on basically everything in your life and that includes that wardrobe slump that has been clinging on to you since the start of the chilly season. Like a wart. Like a pimple you just can’t get rid of.

The surest way to click refresh on your wardrobe is to tap into colour. It is foolproof and it challenges you to take risks. But to really turn heads? Go beyond colour and into colours. Plural. Deux.

As someone whose wardrobe was predominately black, white and grey not a year ago, I’ll be the first to admit that going double colour and above, especially when the colours are polar opposites, is tricky business. But, if the looks we’ve rounded up below prove anything, it is that bright colour on colour can still look extremely polished. Just keep the lines clean. The enduring golden rule.

So, in the spirit of the new year and all things new, forget about the colour combinations of yore. Take things further and dive into combos – complete with shoppables! – that you’ve never tried before. I know I will be.

 

#1: LIGHT BLUE + RED

Photo: Diego Zuko/Harper’s Bazaar US

Allude cashmere sweater (shop it here); Burberry tartan wool straight-leg pants (shop it here)

 

#2: MINT GREEN + FUCHSIA

Photo: Jonathan Daniel Pryce/Vogue UK

Allude cashmere sweater (shop it here); Marni asymmetric ruffle skirt (shop it here)

 

#3: MINT GREEN + GOLDEN YELLOW

Photo: Nabile Quenum/The Cut

Vivetta velvet skirt (shop it here); Sid Neigum cropped crush-velvet wrap jacket (shop it here)

 

#4: HOT PINK + VIOLET

Photo: Phil Oh/Vogue.com

Paul & Joe hammered satin-trimmed crepe wide-leg pants (shop it here); Prada silk crepe de chine shirt (shop it here)

 

#5: ORANGE + GREEN

Photo: The Impression

Solace London one-shoulder stretch-knit top (shop it here) ; Joseph high-waisted trousers (shop it here)

 

#6: LIGHT GREEN + PASTEL PINK

Photo: Nabile Quenum/The Cut

R12 floral print slip dress (shop it here); Fendi metallic stretch-knit sock boots (shop it here)

 

#7: RED + LIGHT YELLOW

Photo: Nabile Quenum/The Cut

Victoria Beckham ribbed wool turtleneck sweater (shop it here); Maggie Marilyn striped satin-twill wide-leg pants (shop it here)

 

#8: FADED YELLOW + PASTEL PURPLE

Photo: Nabile Quenum/The Cut

Prada wool sweater (shop it here); Emilia Wickstead pleated wool-crepe tapered pants (shop it here)

 

#9: BURGUNDY + PINK

Photo: Phil Oh/Vogue.com

 

Attico two-tone velvet wrap midi dress (shop it here); Balenciaga Knife spandex sock boots (shop it here)

 

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