12 May, 2022
4 Ways to Wear Colour in the Colder Months
Read and shop our tips on wearing colour during the colder months
#1 Ground your look with darker colours
If you are dipping your toe into colour, try styling bright tops, knits, and blouses with darker-coloured bottoms. This keeps your outfit looking sleek without needing to worry about colour co-ordination or jumping straight into full-on single colour or tonal looks.
For a classic, fresh look style our bestselling Social Sweater from VERGE with black stretch ponte leggings from Layer’d.
#2 Use colourful cashmere for soft textural impact
The perfect blend of practicality and fashion-forward styling: use the soft tactility of colourful cashmere knits to add impact without sacrificing warmth.
Buyers’ note: textural wool yarns absorb colour dyes well, resulting in higher saturation of colour. This technique is ideal for bringing rich colour into your winter wardrobe.
Use Mia Fratino’s new cashmere colours ‘Apple’, ‘Bondi Blue’, and ‘Peony’ to enliven your wardrobe. For a high-octane contrast, try pairing with denim and black leather accoutrements from Dylan Kain.
Green is undeniably the shade of the season. Therefore, wearing the colour head-to-toe is the chicest way to embrace the new season colour obsession. Use texture and varying shades to magnify the look.
Try layering VERGE’s luminescent Tate Vest over the Deep Olive Shelter Hoodie and pair with the newly arrived Creator Jeans in the same Deep Olive hue for an easy morning walk ensemble. Break up the look with box-fresh white sneakers.
#4 Tone it down by styling with neutrals
When all else fails, lean on neutrals. Tone colour-heavy looks down with easy beiges and browns; the perfect palette cleanser to bright wardrobe pieces.
Wear VERGE’s lilac Sanctuary Sweater with Layer’d’s caramel Syssla Pants. To dress down, add chunky boots.