Add a little sunshine!

28 Jul 2017

It’s time to celebrate summer! After all, it comes only once a year, it’s normally short-lived and it’s perhaps everyone’s favorite season! So, how can you bring sunny joy into your everyday wardrobe, even when the weather is less than lovely?

Windows: photo by Fanny Rascle on Unsplash

Wearing bright colors on dreary days can go a long way to counteracting a gloomy feeling, and few other hues are as anti-gloomy as yellow is!

From pale lemon to dark mustard, yellow is a great color when it comes to summer dressing (with or without the sun!). It partners well with dark and neutral colors, such as black, navy, grey and cream, it suits both fair and dark complexions, and it can make you appear brighter and well-rested, which is a God send if you’re feeling a tad tired!

Bird: photo by Boris Smokrovic on Unsplash

Moreover, it is a fantastic, happy and sunny color, perfect for lifting your spirits if you’re feeling a bit down over the lack of summer sun.

So, why not give it  go? We’ve got lots of excellent yellow-hued, summer knits waiting to make good on the rainy, grey days we’ve had recently.

Perfect for cheering up even the wettest of weekends, both our 100% Cotton Cable Front Sweater  and our 100% Cotton Sleeveless Rib Knit Sweater in Yellow Marl are casual and comfortable ways to wear yellow.

WoolOvers: Womens 100% Cotton Cable Front Sweater

Sunflower: photo by Mink Mingle on Unsplash

WoolOvers: Womens 100% Cotton Sleeveless Rib Knit Sweater in Yellow Marl

And when it comes to lightweight, summer layers, you can slip on if there’s a chill in the air, both our Cashmere & Cotton V Neck Sweater and our Silk & Cotton Short Sleeved V Neck Cardigan in Lemon are lovely, yellow-hued, summer essentials.

WoolOvers: Womens Cashmere and Cotton V Neck Sweater in Lemon

Lemons: photo by Erol Ahmed on Unsplash

WoolOvers: Womens Silk and Cotton Short Sleeved V-Neck Cardigan in Lemon

So, what are you waiting for? Never mind the rain; make your own sunshine with our bright and beautiful, yellow knits!

Photos by Fanny Rascle, Erol Ahmed, Boris Smokrovic and Mink Mingle on Unsplash.

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