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Safety Orange Could Be The New Millennial Pink

Posted on August 06 2018

“Orange is the happiest color” - Frank Sinatra

Millennial pink has been dominating fashion pages and runways for a number of years but there are a few new colours that are being dubbed as the next ‘big’ thing. One of those is ‘Safety Orange’. Although what immediately springs to mind is workmen in safety gear or a jogger wearing something high vis, in fashion terms this orange involves many shades. From something more akin to peach right up to vibrant orange. If you love this hue then you will love some of the new fashion you will see in store.

Ann G Linen has a number of orange pieces you might like to add to your wardrobe and some ideas on how to wear them.

Linen Mandarin Double Collar Blazer pairs well with denim boyleg or cut off jeans. Neutral colours also work well. Wear with nude heels and a bold coloured bag and statement necklace. The top can be worn open with a cami or tank underneath or closed for a dressier look.

Linen Double Layer Asymmetric A-line Sleeveless Dress in a softer orange. Wear with casual style neutral heels, sandals or wedges, a longer necklace or light scarf and a handbag in a contrasting colour. Dress up or keep this outfit loose and relaxed.

Missy Lux Wide Leg Linen Pants Make an orange statement in these wide legged pants. A neutral coloured or white blouse like this Penny Linen Sleeved Collar Shirt Jacket worn open or closed works well. Neutral heels, statement necklace and handbag in a contrasting colour shows just how versatile orange is to wear.

Orange can be such a fun colour to wear and it comes in a lovely variety of shades. If you love to be bold in your fashion you will love to make a statement with this range. Even if you aren’t so bold brighten up your wardrobe with a few orange accessories in the shade you love the most. If you are having a hard time knowing what to match with your orange clothes here are a few ideas of the colours to wear with it. Orange is a whole lot more flexible than you think!

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