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    I love the brighter colours but the majority seem to stick with the tried and tested colours. Maybe they are not confident wearing them or they simply don't think certain colours work with their skin tone.

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    I am starting to get lots of bright colours, white, yellow, bright grey etc.

    Works very well with Dark trousers.

    One word of warning, if you are not in shape and got fat on your upper body then the bright coloured top will really show and focus on them..

    If you are not fit then its better to wear loose fitted bright coloured top or dark colours.

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    I think going colourful is tricky. You really need a large wardrobe to pull it off consistently day in day out. Matching neutrals and darks together is easy peasy.

    The problem with colour is that the difference in the tint/shade/tone between the pieces in your outfit can really make or break the look. If there isn't a harmony in the colours throughout the piece you're screwed.

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