Feel Good Chocolate with Zero Calories!

Bet that got your attention! Sorry if you were thinking of your favourite confectionery but this time I am talking the colour chocolate. It’s been my choice of key neutral in my wardrobe for some time but last Autumn it was in short supply. This season however, I am thrilled that it’s back. And I’ve been reminded how versatile it can be as a base colour for a capsule wardrobe.

Because – it works so well with so many other neutrals and accent colours. Here are just a few examples using some of this season’s trend colours:

Chocolate with red

How to wear chocolate brown, seasonal trend red and brown

Knit Hobbsicon, Skirt Baukjen, Shoes Boden, Necklace Hobbs. Dress L.K. Bennett, Coaticon and Bootsicon Hobbs.

Chocolate and blush

how to wear chocolate and blush pink, autumn trend colours

Dress Whistles, Scarf Atterley Roadicon, Boots Dune Coat, Blouseicon and Jeansicon Hobbs, Shoes Dune

 

Chocolate and Mustard

how to wear chocolate and mustard, autumn trend colours

Topicon, Earringsicon and Leather skirticon Hobbs, Shoes LK Bennett. Blouse Boden, Jeans as before Shoes Boden.

 

Chocolate and Grey – yes you can wear them together, you can also mix chocolate with black.

how to wear chocolate and grey, autumn trend colours

Top Gerard Darel, Skirt as before, Shoe boots L.K. Bennett. Top Kettlewell Colours, Knit, Jeans and Boots Boden.

 

Chocolate and Camel – the eternal stylish combination

how to wear chocolate and camel, autumn trend colours

Top Baukjen, Trousers Boden, Bootsicon and Sheepskin Jacket and Scarficon Hobbs. Dress Baukjen, Coaticon Hobbs, Boots Dune

Some others you may not have though of…

how to wear chocolate, mixing colours in outfits

And check out the weekly outfit from a few weeks ago with outfits in Chocolate and Duck Egg Blue.

So don’t just stick to the well known combinations – have some fun and mix your chocolate with one or even two other colours. How about Chocolate, Sangria and Blush or Chocolate, Mustard and Mallard?