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Inject some colour in your wardrobe

Everyone is born with a certain inclination towards colour. By the time we grow up we may have lost some of that personal colour sense.

Colour me gorgeous

Colours have the power to lift up our wardrobes and spirits, and that is one of the many reasons I love spring so much. The freshness of pastel shades and the vibrant impact of strong hues, make us feel rejuvenated and beautiful. Strong colour palettes have been highlighted throughout the spring/summer collections and four dominant shades are the starlets of the season. Colours are vibrant and wearable. Whether you want to be confident in red, playful in cobalt, or seductive in pink, you can now wear these colours head-to-toe or toned down with soft patterns and neutral hues. Here is a round-up of the must-have colours to create your spring capsule wardrobe.

The colours of autumn

A love of intense colours was seen on the autumn collections. From powerful purple and passionate red to cobalt blue and the return of black, autumn shades are going to revive our wardrobes and make us look forward to the arrival of the new season.

Ford reveals Europe’s car colour tastes

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It’s perhaps no surprise that France and Italy are fond of cream-coloured cars given their famous café cultures. But why do buyers in the Czech Republic favour blue far more than any other nation? And even though, we Irish may be traditionally associated with green, we much prefer driving silver.

Ford reveals Europe’s car colour tastes

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It is perhaps no surprise that France and Italy are fond of cream-coloured cars, given their famous café cultures. But why do buyers in the Czech Republic favour blue far more than any other nation? And even though we Irish may be traditionally associated with green, we much prefer driving silver.

Ford reveals Europe’s car colour tastes

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It is perhaps no surprise that France and Italy are fond of cream-coloured cars, given their famous café cultures. But why do buyers in the Czech Republic favour blue far more than any other nation? And even though we Irish may be traditionally associated with green, we much prefer driving silver.

Space and colour

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Colours can dramatically change the way a small room looks. You can easily make it look taller, wider, or bigger depending on what colours you use.

Aubergine and grey are the new neutrals

In this article we will review decorating in neutral colours including the new neutrals such as dove grey and aubergine. Neutral usually means without colour. Neutral colours such as beige, ivory, taupe, black, grey, and white appear to be without colour, and yet in many applications they often have undertones of colour.

The eyes have it

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Naturally enough, as a girl I love makeup. My eyes are my favourite feature so therefore I try to enhance them as best I can by using a variety of makeup tools.

Blue is the colour

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The colour blue is, in my opinion, a very classy colour adding a sharpness to any garden setting. It conjures up images on the one hand of Mediterranean holidays, azure skies and seas, while on the other hand reflects the ‘moody blues’. It is in effect a very versatile colour. Mix with it minor shades of blue such as lavenders and mauves and you have a very calming setting, which is of course something that we all strive for in our ‘fast lane’ lives.

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