Tropical colour combinations – for every palette

Whether you’re off to a sun soaked beach to sip pina coladas or simply making the most of the great British weather (we can live in hope), nothing says ‘hurrah, it’s summer!’ like bright, bold and beautiful colours. Like most countries that endure a somewhat soggy and cold winter, most of us forget that colourful clothing even exists from about October to June each year, but we get a glimpse of the sun and suddenly we’re reminded that we too can embrace tropical brights.

However, embracing the tropics can bring up all kinds of clothing anxiety; ‘I don’t think I can wear yellow,’ ‘will everyone laugh at me for sporting aqua?’ ‘is orange really the new black, or is that a TV series?’ Knowing which colours work for you and make you look amazing will give you the confidence to embrace your tropical side, so if you’ve had a colour analysis already, just click on the links below to see the best tropical colour combinations for your season. If you haven’t yet had an analysis, why not make a start with Kettlewell’s quiz, or read on for some combinations for you to experiment with.

 

 

 

 

If you haven’t yet had an analysis, try a few different combinations and see which one makes you feel your best. If you’re going bright, you need to have the confidence to carry it off, so pick a combination that you feel good in and that makes you want to show off your bold bright colours!Kettlewell items shown:

Image 1: Fine Cotton Tee in Mint Aqua, Short Ruched Skirt in Savannah, Cashmere Gauze Stole in Bright Aqua, Suede Tassel Clutch in Chocolate

Image 2: Tasha Top in Seaspray, Willow Scarf in Periwinkle, 3/4 Length Leggings in Navy

Image 3: Long Camisole in Emerald, Tasha Top in Neon Yellow, 3/4 Length Leggings in Black

Image 4: Slub Charli Top in Saffron, Short Cascade in Hot Coral, Short Ruched Skirt in Savannah

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