Following the Fall 2013 catwalks at London Fashion Week, it seems as though the colour popping trend is set to be big. One of our favourite examples of this trend had to be the Sass & Bide runway where hot shots of eye popping yellow completed outfits that would otherwise have been made up of just one block of colour. Get ahead of the trends and work this look sooner rather than later with our picks of some of the high street’s best brights.
With an army of celeb fans, the Cambridge Satchel Company (yes, the cool bags from that Google Chrome ad!) bring the classic vintage style satchel up to date in an array of eye popping colours, Anything from bright yellow to vivid purple is available and at the moment, it’s the trendiest kind of arm candy to be seen with. They’re an investment piece at around one hundred pounds per piece but they do offer an excellent amendment service if your purchase gets damaged. Plus, they just launched a new American website: cambridgesatchel.com.
Irregular Choice Heels
The whole point of Irregular Choice Heels is to have fun and make a crazy foot statement with a pair of creative heels, so opt for a pair of their brightest to adhere to this trend. The bright red Fairies in a Jar heels would be the perfect choice at just £74.99.
Chelsea Doll Statement Necklace
The statement necklace is the no-brainer way to be on-trend, but we believe that Chelsea Doll is one independent retailer that you definitely need to have on your fashion radar. Offering a host of cute jewellery pieces, it’s hard to choose a favourite, but the blue jewel Filigree statement necklace, £15, would be a great way to work the colour pop trend.
Topshop's Embellished Shell
Topshop makes it easy to work this trend a season ahead with numbers such as this embellished detail shell top, £38. The perfect way to add interest to an all white or black colourblock.
Work this trend to a T with a pair of Zara’s hot pink trousers, £35.99. They look great with a white blouse, as styled by Zara, and most definitely screams Sass and Bide, wouldn't you agree?