Be bold this spring with bright, block colours…bonus points if those colours are primary shades.
As a kid, colouring in with our Crayola crayons was one of our favourite things to do and this season is all about injecting some of those Crayola colours into your outfits.
How Bold Can You Go
Check out some of our top picks for going bold this spring:
Whether you love or hate the Bardot trend go for bold this spring with this eye-catching yellow shirred Bardot top from the River Island Plus collection.
With a double buckle, chunky heel and peep-toe these wide fit buckle block shoe boots from River Island are just what you need to make a bold statement.
The Boohoo Jenna Slinky Wrap Ruched Midi Dress from the Plus and Curve collection has a sleek finish with a cheeky slit skirt. We love the dress in leaf green but you can also find it in cranberry and black.
The Honey Stripe Tux Dress available in blue, red or black has a trench coat style with double-breasted front and sporty inspired white stripe to sleeves. Where would you wear this dress to?
Scarlett and Jo
This scarlet Jersy Knot front dress from Scarlett and Jo has a flattering fit and flare silhouette with 3/4 length sleeves and a hanky hem skirt. You can also find it in damson, burgundy, midnight and atonement green.
These green wide leg trousers from Premme have added glitter for a super bold look. The best-selling style is true to size and includes a detachable belt.
Fun Fact: Premme was launched by ‘plus size’ bloggers Gabi Gregg and Nicolette Mason in 2017.
Who said work wear had to be drab? With this stretch blazer from Eloquii you can inject some colour into your office look. Better still, you can mix and match the look with both a matching skirt or trousers also available.
How cute is the Pamplona Purple Asymmetric Pleated top at Eloquii? You can also get this top in citrus or black.
Pink Clove’s Cold Shoulder Skater Dress in bright red is perfect for creating a ‘lady in red’ look. We just love those flared bell sleeves.
From what you wear to what you do, there are lots of ways in which you can be bold this spring. Make 2018 the year that you go BOLD.