Fashion

Throw failsafe colour combinations out the window – it’s time to embrace the clash

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Don’t play it safe this season. Unlikely colour combinations ruled the runways, creating a surprising yet refreshing spring look. Neutrals need not apply…

Fashion: Alisha Motion

  • Pink and red

    The prettiest clash of all. Pale pink suddenly packs a punch thanks to a bold red companion.

    Image: Valentino S/S 2017

  • Pink and red

    Trousers, £95, Uterqüe (uterque.com)

  • Pink and red

    Blazer, £60, Monsoon (monsoon.co.uk)

  • Pink and red

    Trousers, £175, Claudie Pierlot (claudiepierlot.com)

  • Pink and red

    Skirt, £29.90 Uniqlo (uniqlo.com)

  • Pink and red

    Shoes, £120, Kurt Geiger (kurtgeiger.com)

  • Red and pink

    Jumper, £50, Studio by Preen (debenhams.co.uk)

  • Green and plum

    Fresh green tones add a shot of energy to rich plum shades

    Céline s/s 2017

  • Yellow and blue

    The perfect primary pairing. If you find yellow hard to wear, simply add a yellow shoe to a blue dress

    Image: Rochas s/s 2017

  • Yellow and blue

    Blouse, £870, Tibi (net-a-porter.com)

  • Yellow and blue

    Watch, £160, Nixon (nixon.com)

  • Yellow and blue

    Trousers, £180, Filippa K (filippa-k.com)

  • Yellow and blue

    Jumper, £135, LK Bennett (lkbennett.com)

  • Yellow and blue

    Shoes, £32, Next (next.co.uk)