Neutral colour audit

Neutral colours – do you love them or hate them?

Some people are more comfortable with neutral colours than others.

They do help you combine items together in your wardrobe and tend to be more versatile. They are more likely to last throughout the seasons and be easier to shop for throughout the year.

A neutral colour can act as a base for your more exciting colours – think navy, black, greys, beiges, browns, whites. Not all will be your friend, so make sure you know which are the most flattering.

If you’ve had a colour analysis in the past and you have your colour swatch wallet, take a look as these will be marked with a little ‘n’.

On occasions I find some people tell me that they find it difficult to ‘match’ things in their wardrobe. Or, things don’t ‘go’. They often aren’t always short of clothes and outfits options, but chances are, they haven’t got enough neutrals in there.

Watch this video with my suggestions on performing a neutral audit.

After you’ve watched it, go and have a look inside your wardrobe and be sure to make a list of any gaps that you may have.

Here’s a few pointers:

Do you have a neutral coloured coat or a pair of trousers?

Have you got a leather/pleather jacket which you can style up and dress down?

How about a few jumpers that work with everything? Trousers, jeans, skirts for example.

Making a note on your phone or in a little book in your bag, or within your colour swatch wallet means you’ll always have it handy too for when you do go shopping.

If you need help, get in touch to begin or continue your journey.