To start, having a nice collection of neutral colours will help you mix and match when injecting new bright colours into your style. Low contrast colours such as tans, greys, and black and whites, will work well with each other, as well as other higher contrasting colours. Having your essential items such as t-shirts and pants in these neutrals will help create the beginning of a well put together ensemble.\n \nThink about your skin tone and hair colour when choosing what colour suits you most. Ultimately, go for colours you like and feel comfortable in as these will be the ones that make for staples in your wardrobe. Ideally having four brighter colour pieces in your wardrobe will make for a much more flexible and vibrant array of options this winter.\n \nBright yellow Add a lively contrast to your outfits with a pop of bright yellow. The bright yellow injects a little bit of summer mood into your outfit making for a statement winter piece.\n \n \n \nShades of green\nA versatile and cool colour that is a striking alternative to wearing black this Winter. Green wears well with any earthy tones.\n \n\n \nClassic navy and blue hues\nA timeless and mature shade. You can’t go wrong with classic navy or bright blue in your wardrobe this winter. Pair with camel, tan and grey tones for a contrasting effect.\n \n \n \nBurnt orange\nBurnt orange makes for a comforting addition to an outfit. This colour is a safe way to add something extra to an ensemble without being too loud.\n \n \n \nRed\nA classic and strong colour, red is a simple way to inject some brightness into your wardrobe without standing out too much. Wear with navy, blacks and whites for a well presented and smart look.\n \n \n \nIf you prefer a neutral colour palette, try adding some pattern with a small amount of colour to start your journey. In the future, you may want to try into adding brighter hue into your style. This could be a simple block stipe or check pattern in blue or green.\n \n \n \nSee our new season styles and colours in this winter collection from GAZMAN.