Our Favourite Colour Combinations That Shouldn’t Work But Do
If you’re tired of wearing simple jeans and oatmeal knits, it’s time to inject some colour into your wardrobe. Not sure where to start? Here’s a guide to the colour combinations we can’t live without.
Blue + Green
Supermodels Ashley Graham and Kendall Jenner gave a masterclass in how to where these two colours together. Ashley was spotted earlier this year flaunting her enviable curves in a neon turtleneck and cobalt blue pants, and Kendall looked sensational in a blue turtleneck and a pair of corduroy green trousers during an appearance on Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show last year.
If you’re looking for a knockout colour combination, this is it.
Purple + Red
The Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle showed how to pull off this colour combination when she stepped out in a regal purple dress with a fiery red wrap coat and coordinating heels for an appearance in Birkenhead earlier this year.
Taking a note directly from Ms Markle’s style book, go big and bold with these colours for maximum fashion points.
Pink + Red
A huge trend last year, pink and red are the clashing colours that the fashion set can’t get enough off.
Green + Orange
We fell in love with this colour combination when Victoria Beckham stepped out in New York City wearing a pair of bright green trousers and orange knit.
Add a touch of fun to your wardrobe with this zesty match.
Yellow + Purple
Style icon Zendaya wowed on the red carpet at the GQ Men of The Year Awards in a yellow and purple colour-blocked Ralph & Russo couture gown, introducing us to the power of this colour palette.
If you’re looking to up your style game, this is the colour combination for you.