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30 shades of grey - the ultimate guide to wearing grey this season

It's the most forgiving of shades. And while historically grey may have been associated with comfy, tatty t's and baggy jogging bottoms, this season you should be wearing grey with pride.

Versatile and elegant, grey is definitely the new black and the way to wear this trend is to pile it on. It is very easy to wear this sophisticated shade, and to help you on your way we have compiled a shopping guide of classic and elegant pieces to add to your wardrobe.

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