In spring, even those who swear by an all-black wardrobe can feel tempted to experiment with some paint-box brights, and this season, the shops are looking more colourful than ever before, with the idea definitely leading on into autumn/winter 2019. There's no single colour reigning supreme this year, as everything from lilac to tangerine to grassy green is on 2019's colour wheel.
With all this colour comes a bunch of new ways to wear them together. Four colour combinations, in particular, have stood out so far this summer. There's something for everyone, from the fresh twist on monochrome for minimalists and the divisive mash-up that's perfect for those who dive headfirst into trends. Keep scrolling to see and shop the colour pairings.
Blue and Yellow
Pale yellow is one of the more unexpected entries to this year's colour trend lineup. If you're not sure about how to make it work for you, just look to the above fashion girls for inspiration—they've turned to varying shades of blue to create an unexpectedly winning combo.
Brown and Beige
The most expensive-looking colour combination of 2019 has to be brown paired with ecru. Brown is a colour that many fear, however, a chestnut T-shirt or handbag looks every so chic when used to break up an all-beige outfit.
Orange and Green
This pairing might sound a little scary, but a little splash of orange is the perfect accompaniment to the colour of the season: green. Whether you're wearing a soft trouser suit or a bold printed dress, an orange accessory makes your outfit instantly look really fresh.
Pink and Tan
Pink and brown is the one colour combination is set to work well into autumn, bringing both your summer and winter wardrobes together nicely and softening the prospect of wearing head-to-toe brown this year, as per the runway's instructions.