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6 months ago, by Voir Editorial Team How To Play With Colours and Patterns Like Your Favourite Fashion Girls On Instagram This Week

6 months ago, by Voir Editorial Team

How To Play With Colours and Patterns Like Your Favourite Fashion Girls On Instagram This Week

SS21 is all about colour and pattern play and it seems there are no rules with how you want to style them. From gingham, monogram brand logos, and tie dye, to co-ordinating reds, summery yellows, and electric blues – anything goes this summer. We’ve picked out some of our favourite looks from Instagram this week where influencers and celebrities show us how to put the trends together.

Dua Lipa

Dua Lipa shows us how to dress Cow Girl chic with this gingham jacket, chunky belt and Western knee-high boots moment. She kept it timeless with a pair of distressed denim shorts to accompany the red coordination and gingham pattern play. Our style tip from this look is that a great way to integrate a trend is by adding something classic.

Regina Anikiy

In a monogram look, Regina wears a pair of Louis Vuitton logo print joggers paired with a self-made top inspired by the designs of brand Rui Official. So here the pattern play trend is paired effortlessly with a simple cut-out top, making the bottoms stand out whilst still looking trendy. We’d also like to mention the sliders because they’re still hot in SS21, adding comfort and style to any look.

Wuz Good

When it comes to colour coordination look no further than this ensemble by Wuz Good – pastel yellow and pink is definitely one of the most noteworthy combinations of the season. This yellow blazer from Jaded Man brings out the yellow tones in the tote and patterns in the Burberry monogram leggings. Equally, the pink Rick Owens boots match effortlessly with the pink corset and sunglasses whilst also complimenting her tote and leggings. This is how to make your entire outfit match perfectly.

Jordyn Woods

In all new Miaou, Jordyn Woods wears the graphic print pattern trend with the brand’s new ‘dollar’ themed collection. Combining pattern play with the mesh movement, the Billie dress speaks for itself in this look – making a statement all by itself. This makes it easy to gather the next style tip which is that there’s no need to accessories majorly if you have the right dress. We’ve added a few pieces which would complete the outfit – you’re good to go.

Edie Liberty Rose

Another vibrant moment from Edie Liberty Rose, she wears the Poster Girl Carrie dress which has the most amazing cut out details and lace embellishments. Paired with a beige Givenchy side bag and heels. This piece comes in lots of colours and is the perfect stand out dress for a colourful look this Summer. This look doesn’t miss, with the bag and footwear co-ordinating perfectly.

Emili Sindlev

Did someone say bright colours? Because Emili definitely didn’t miss the memo. She wears a tie-dye t-shirt as the base, with orange, red, and yellow tones that bring the entirety of the ‘fit together. Neon orange trousers, yellow block sandals and a red Louis Vuitton bag. Mix and match all the colours this season for a stand-out look.


Stassie shows us how to coordinate our accessories with our look this week. She wears a green cut-out dress paired with coloured bangles – so simple but effective. This season it’s clear that when it comes to jewellery it’s got to be bold and chunky. This simple khaki colour also gives off very summery vibes.


Now let’s talk about this red, yellow and green combination. Starting from the headwear accessories, with a red scarf co-ordinating with the mesh crop and chunky resin ring. The look is a whole pop of colour with the added yellow bikini top and velour jogger shorts. Nothing clashes if you do it right, the brighter the better.

Jodie Woods

Jodie opted for an electric blue look, with the Alex Dress by With Jean – paired with a freshwater pearl necklace with blue crystal embellishment and a co-ordinating blue resin ring. Blue is another timeless colour that always comes back around in summer, if you’re looking for a shade to base your outfit around then look no further.

Father Kels

Father Kels wears the Kate Moss dress by Andre Emery. This piece combines shades of green, blue, red and yellow to create a unique abstract pattern. She paired the look with simple gold-toned accessories including earrings and a bangle. Gold accessories never go out of style and they’re the perfect compliment to your pattern play.

Words By Natasha Legge, Graphic By Emily Chapillon


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