The surprising thing about embracing all the colours of the rainbow is how easy it is to add them to your day-to-day wardrobe

In a lot of women’s wardrobes, “colour” is a dirty word. Even I find myself guilty of repeatedly falling back onto my black or grey safety net. We’ve been conditioned into thinking muted tones are easier to wear or more flattering. However, the more I think about it, the more I simply don’t think this is true anymore.

Adding colour to an outfit is so easy to do and it has the ability to massively uplift and brighten your day. This is why I’ve decided to embody a rainbow of colours this autumn.

I’m delving straight into October in a myriad of bright shades. The surprising thing about embracing all the colours of the rainbow, is how easy it is to add them to your day-to-day wardrobe. Whether it be with jeans, dresses or leggings, rainbow pieces can be perfectly paired with almost anything.

For those that aren’t quite ready to wave goodbye to their trusty black, there are still subtle but lively ways you can add some colourful vibrancy to your look. London Road Jewellery recently extended their Bloomsbury collection with a new rainbow design which includes a necklace, ring and earrings. Each feature a prism of stunning sapphires and tsavorite garnets set in hallmarked 9ct yellow gold.

These delicate pieces manage to pack a punch without being overwhelming. They’re a beautiful focal point against either a dark or rainbow outfit.

My personal favourite is the Rainbow Gold Ring. I love the elegance of the D shape which curves upwards and across the finger. This unique shape has a softness to it yet still creates a perfect colour pop.

I’m a huge fan of layering jewellery and I’ve always stuck to the belief, “the more the better”! This rings unique shape means it also looks amazing layered. I particularly like it teamed with London Road’s Signet Ring. These two pieces seem to perfectly sit together and complement one another.

Much like the ring, the Rainbow Necklace offers the option of wearing it alone or layering it up. The occasions I tend to wear it on its own is with a black tie dress on an evening out. The necklace adds the ideal dose of liveliness while still being timeless and elegant.

During the day when I’m usually casual in jeans I tend to layer it to give it more of an undone, boho vibe. In order to get that defined pop of colour, I like to wear the Rainbow Necklace as the centrepiece between two simpler necklaces. I’ve styled it here with two of London Road’s necklaces, the Raindrop Diamond Pendant and Buttercup Necklace.

Whether you prefer bold or subtle there are so many effortless and stylish ways to add a rainbow of colours to your outfit. As autumn sets in and the days get shorter, I cannot think of a better time to brighten your day and look.

Thank you so much to London Road Jewellery for sponsoring this post. Working with this London based brand who’s craftsmanship and attention to detail is up there with the absolute best is always a treat. As always all opinions remain wholly my own.

Outfit Details:

Cardigan – Shop HERE | Jeans – Shop HERE | Belt – Shop similar HERE & HERE | Rainbow Ring – Shop HERE | Signet Ring – Shop HERE | Gold Eternity Ring – Shop HERE | Snake Ring – Shop HERE | Gold Diamond Stacking Rings – Shop HERE | Moonstone Ring – Shop HERE | Rainbow Necklace – Shop HERE | Diamond Pendant Necklace – Shop HERE | Buttercup Necklace – Shop HERE | Bag – Shop HERE in Black & HERE in Silver | Shoes – Vintage YSL, Shop Similar HERE

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