11 pieces to brighten up your wardrobe during this dreary month01/07/2022
January is never the brightest month – both literally and figuratively.
It’s cold, wet, the buzz of Christmas has faded and we are all seriously hungover from the joy.
However, all hope is not lost.
There are ways to make January feel more cheery and less dreary. One of these ways is using our clothes to tell a different story.
It may sound frivolous but a good outfit can change your mood. While at this time of year it’s easier to reach for black and grey, why not try adding a pop of colour to your #ootd?
For those afraid of colour, it doesn’t have to be an all or nothing approach. To ease your way into the rainbow, start with a scarf, bag or footwear.
Meanwhile, if you want to look as vibrant as possible, try a coat, pants, cardigan or any item that looks like a colour wheel.
Our favourite vivid pieces right now include River Island’s bright blue oversized borg coat, Omnes’ orange slip dress and Zara’s fuchsia knit jumper, which will make the darkest days feel lighter.
And if you want to try add some colour to you life, here are 11 of the best pieces to buy now.
Cos oversized check scarf
Get it for £69 at Cos.
River Island bright blue oversized borg coat
Get it for £110 at River Island.
Daisy Street Plus relaxed boxy cardigan in colour block
Get it for £28 at ASOS.
Uterque checked suit trousers
Get them for £59.90 at Uterque.
Zara high neck knit jumper
Get it for £29.99 at Zara.
New Balance 237 trainers in purple and orange
Get them for £80 at ASOS.
& Other Stories satin baseball cap
Get it for £27 at & Other Stories.
Monki faux fleece with half zipper
Get it for £35 at Monki.
Omnes Riviera cami slip midi dress
Get it for £54.74 at Omnes.
Mango long retro fitted jumpsuit
Get it for £59.99 at Mango.
Circus NY lime marlie mules
Get them for £80 at Urban Outfitters.
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