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Jar­rold per­sonal wom­enswear stylist Flor­rie Dunn says: “The colour block trend is eas­ier to wear than you think and is per­fect for sum­mer – even if the weather is slightly dull. This sum­mer it’s all about wear­ing two or three pri­mary colours to­gether or adding a pop of colour to your out­fit with one item in a brighter hue. If you are un­sure about this trend, you can try this look by adding a pair of brightly coloured shoes or a bag.


Craig Coates, man­ager for Regis hair at Jar­rold says: “This sum­mer it’s all about straight hair that is gelled back to give a min­i­mal­ist look. Seen on the cat­walks at Lon­don Fash­ion Week from de­sign­ers such as Dior, this look is sim­ple but adds a touch of mod­ern Hol­ly­wood glam­our. Per­fect for adding that fin­ish­ing touch to your wed­ding, gar­den party or spe­cial oc­ca­sion out­fit.”


Jar­rold per­sonal beauty con­sul­tant Paris Cressy says: “The fash­ion trend for bright colour means that you should let your out­fit do the talk­ing. Keep your makeup look­ing flaw­less and sun kissed with a good foundation (I used Dior Star foundation) and bronzer (I used Charlotte Til­bury Film­star Bronze and Glow). To cre­ate a soft smoky eye I used MAC eye pal­ette in bronze and brown script and the pop shade from Charlotte Til­bury Dolce Vita eye pal­ette to add sparkle, with liq­uid liner from YSL and MAC In Ex­treme Di­men­sion mas­cara. For the lips I added a pop of red to com­ple­ment the bright out­fits with the MAC He Said She Said lip liner and Charlotte Til­bury So Mar­i­lyn lip­stick.”


Bir­ketts is a full ser­vice, top 100 UK law firm, op­er­at­ing in Cam­bridge, Chelms­ford, Ip­swich, Nor­wich and sur­round­ing ar­eas. The Nor­wich of­fice was the set­ting for our shoot; sit­u­ated by the river, King­fisher House pro­vided the ideal back­drop. Jar­rold EDP Nor­folk Fash­ion Show is sup­ported by Bir­ketts So­lic­i­tors and Page Brothers Nor­wich and staged by PSE Nor­wich and Ekiko model man­age­ment.

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