Jump in on the hottest trend and inject your autumn-winter wardrobe with statement colour coats and knits. Going into the colder months is not always the best thing to look forward to; shorter days and commuting in the dark is NOT a vibe... but this designer- and research-approved mood says adding bright colours into your clothing could make us happier!
There is scientific research between our madness, we promise. Our bodies produce Dopamine, which our nervous system sends around our nerve cells. It has so many functions involved in reward, motivation, memory and attention. Especially when released in large quantities, we feel a sense of pleasure that emphasises us to repeat that behaviour. For example, you grab yourself the shirred maxi dress in pink and you feel incredible in it, empowered by the colour and the fit, so you wear it when you want to feel good about yourself.
Green with Envy, no more
Feel rested and calm at work in either a silky satin duo, a chunky knit dress or a puffer jacket to keep you warm. Either way, green evokes a feeling of abundance associated with refreshment and peace, rest and security.
Energised in Orange
Orange is classed as a high-energy colour, often used in sports teams’ uniforms and mascots. Orange enhances a feeling of vitality and happiness. Like red it attracts attention and will make you feel empowered, but has a slightly more balanced feel to it. What better way to feel like a bosswoman than in your orange Combie Coat.
Flirty and Feminine
Pink is another colour that is often associated with being calm, typically linked to love and romance. Often seen as ‘girly’, we’re taking this to mean a good thing, no scrap that the BEST thing. What’s wrong with being a little bit girly and emanating a little bit of fabulous femininity? Bring all the girl power with grace and kindness in the teddy coat in blush.