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FASHION GIRLS ARE LOVING THESE COLOUR COMBINATIONS

Colour-blocking has been given the sartorial seal of approval—and these are our favourite interpretations.

If you're in any doubt that fashion’s rules are fluid, just look at the current trends. On the one hand, the top-to-toe beige look has proved itself worthy of our wish-lists. Yet we can't help but swoon over designers' bold use of colour.

This season's technicolour catwalks have done wonders for lifting those end-of-summer blues. From canary yellow to hot pink, no shade is too bright—and no colour combination is off-limits. Therefore, with Atterley’s eclectic mix of designer styles at your disposal, you can clash rainbow hues to your heart’s content. If you’re in need of some guidance, these three chic looks from fashion's in-the-know are a good place to start.

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Lemon + Mustard

Lemon + Mustard

Probably not a food combination you want to try, but lemon and mustard tones make for truly autumnal outfit. Yellow is the colour of the season, so if there was ever a time to wear it all-over—that time is now. Take your style cues from Jessie Bush and offset the playful shades with a neutral shoe. Tick another trend box and opt for a pair of sleek white boots.

Baby Pink + Ruby Red

Baby Pink + Ruby Red

Pink and red may be unlikely bedfellows, but nowadays the combination has cemented itself as a winner. A perennial favourite, pink has been given the high-fashion treatment by being elevated with rich, ruby reds. A statement accessory is the simplest way to achieve the desired look, or find yourself a piece that carries both tones, like Scotch & Soda's dreamy scarf-print dress.

Blood Orange + Emerald Green

Blood Orange + Emerald Green

Orange and green are It-colours in themselves, so why not wear the two together? In true statement-making fashion, influencer Karen Blanchard layers a to-die-for orange trench coat over an equally vibrant emerald midi. Not bold enough for you? Throw in some polka dots and a two-tone shoe.

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