As computer and smart phone monitors show a slight difference in colouring to actual real life we have put together a colour description list. This will give you the best explanation possible to our garments colour choices.
This colour is right in between an orange and a blue based red. Make the colour pop even more with midnight black. A full true red suiting most skin tones.
A mix between a true navy with a dash of cobalt gives this colour a lively finish. Perfectly matched with our snow white for a fresh nautical look and combines very well with our midnight black also.
This aqua is a brilliant shade that has more blue to its palette than green. Plays off beautifully with our lime splice making the old saying of blue and green should never be seen a thing of the past.
A refreshing mid-green that packs a bright punch. With a slight yellow undertone this is a very cheery colour. Simply let the colour speak for itself by dressing it with midnight black or snow white.
This opulent purple has a bluer base than magenta. Envisage the colour purple on a chocolate wrapper and this is it. Makes a statement worn with true red.
Think burnt orange with a bit of zing. A trans-seasonal colour tone that is a match made in heaven with our olive green.
This soft feminine green has a creamy finish that blends well with midnight black and snow white making it an all seasons colour.
A fantastic green that lifts khaki to a new level. Earthy with a very slight fleck of crushed gold in the finish. Midnight black, snow white or burnt apricot are all good pairings with this olive green.
A crisp white that has a touch of cream added so as to blend nicely with all skin tones.
A great all-round black tone that has a slight sheen without being shiny. Goes well with all colours including our french navy.