Bright colours are all the rage at the moment because they are a fast route to a good mood. Lilic, bubblegum pink, raspberry and coral are passionate and warm. Ash, willow, mint green, lime and lemon yellow, connect us to nature and remind us of Spring flowers and sunshine.  And, denim, indigo, French and cerulean blue mirror the sky and the sea. You can't really go wrong this season whatever your preferred shade.

Take your pick, any shade of pink will do this season. But we're loving Aspesi's gorgeous baby-pink, raspberry and green geometric print dress. 

Nature has been our greatest friend and support during these long lockdown months. As a result we love this natural wicker tote with a grass green flap, which will look fab by the pool. 

Even if the wind continues to blow on British coastal holidays, you can still rock a colourful vibe with Aspesi's willow green mackintosh and a beautiful silk print Altea scarf. 

French brand Majestic make superior T-shirts and this season they come in a huge range of colours. Stock up before they fly out the door.
Continuing the trend of long, floaty Maxi dresses, Aspesi baby-pink, striped and tiered confection is perfect for the Palm Beach crowd. 
Even jewellery is taking a playful turn this summer season and no one has their finger on the pulse more than Tess Van Ghert, who's semi-precious bauble bracelets come in a delicious range of colours. 
More is definitely more this season with beautiful colours enhanced by fashionable frills. After all, we're in the mood for some fun now.
Red Alert! Tess Van Ghert's triple-tier coral necklace with diamond clasp is the only jewellery you'll need to make an impression on any summer holiday. 
And, a sneak peek of our Gentry Portofino chiffon kaftans with their beautiful painted, seaweed print. They come in a long and short version. 
Finally, every girl needs one playful summer belt in a vibrant colour. Nanni make the best of them, fashioning them out of top quality leathers and mesh metals and embellishing them with studs, etched buckles and enamelwork. 
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