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DameCelia Sat 07-Mar-20 12:19:11

I love clothes from Muji and Kin by John Lewis, also keen on Cos. Sort of Scandi /Japanese.

Everything I have is currently navy, black, cream or grey, and I really want to inject some colour. Those ranges don't do so well with colours, Kin seems to do odd pastels and Muji muddy brown as alternatives.

Where can I get similar style clothing in other colours ?

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Lordfrontpaw Sat 07-Mar-20 12:20:21

Maybe jazz it up with colourful tights, T-shirt’s and scarves?

Tombero Sat 07-Mar-20 12:28:21

Have you looked at Seasalt? I really like their clothes.

Fieldofgreycorn Sat 07-Mar-20 12:32:14

Monochrome and/ or neutral does look class though.

DameCelia Sat 07-Mar-20 12:34:00

Tonbero I sort of like Seasalt but everything is patterned, and I don't do patterns. Maybe that's part of the problem.

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user1494182820 Sat 07-Mar-20 12:37:45

Some kids scandi brands do adult stuff, depends on if it's to your taste, but look at Duns Sweden, Moromini, Raspberry Republic, Maxomorra. It is a lot of bright prints though, so may not be for you smile

LordEmsworth Sat 07-Mar-20 13:03:47

Have you looked at Kettlewell? Loads of colours...

fedup2017 Sat 07-Mar-20 13:06:19

Possibly kemitelford.com ? How do u feel about pattern?
The prints are often African but the shapes ( oversized dresses/ a line skirts etc) are a similar aesthetic to brands you like

fedup2017 Sat 07-Mar-20 13:06:58

Ah... Just seem you don't like patterns..... Maybe not then smile

WrinklesShminkles Sat 07-Mar-20 14:35:23

Seasalt does some really nice plain jersey tops. Two for £40 I think. Really soft cotton.

OtterSpace Sun 08-Mar-20 08:32:53

Try Papu and Gudrun Sjödén. I've had some lovely bright colours from Cos!

Thisismynewname123 Sun 08-Mar-20 09:31:42

Like @LordEmsworth, I was going to suggest Kettlewell

DameCelia Sun 08-Mar-20 09:58:37

Thank you for the suggestions, going to have a good look at all of these.

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NiteFlights Sun 08-Mar-20 10:10:00

Uniqlo is what you need, at least for knitwear.

thedevilinablackdress Sun 08-Mar-20 10:15:28

Plenty of colour in COS at the moment. Black, grey etc. is their main thing especially in winter, but I've just been on the website and there's lots of red, green, turquoise etc. You can filter by colour.

gothicsprout Sun 08-Mar-20 10:32:30

How about OSKA? They do that kind of silhouette and a mix of neutrals and brighter colours.

DameCelia Sun 08-Mar-20 13:11:12

Great tip to revisit Cos, definitely some colour there now.
And thank you fedup2017 for the Kemi Telford heads up, I think I just got over my fear of patterns!!!!!

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Namechangexyz1 Sun 08-Mar-20 13:13:54

Fatface do nice colourful clothes. Lovely fabrics too. Mainly cotton.

Namechangexyz1 Sun 08-Mar-20 13:16:56

www.fatface.com/new-in/womens-new-in

Their latest clothes

DameFanny Sun 08-Mar-20 13:27:34

Flame colours look fantastic with both mud colours and stone colours, so don't write off your current wardrobe.

Notredamn Sun 08-Mar-20 13:36:35

Colour is overrated. I like the sound of your current style and palette. Classic pieces make up my wardrobe, its like a large (I keep narrowing it down only to buy more) capsule collection which can be put together in loads of different ways.

NeonCasual Fri 13-Mar-20 13:03:09

I'm not sure if this helps?
Mistral have some bight block colour knitwear in at the moment and I have noticed a few things are kind of (lose) Japanese inspired?
They do brightly coloured woolen tights too that may help you in your quest for bright clothing?
Hope this helps grin

Deathraystare Wed 25-Mar-20 09:00:02

Manyminieggs

All seems to be bastard viscose at the moment.

MikeUniformMike Wed 25-Mar-20 14:09:43

Boden.
Hobbs had some bright colours when I popped in a couple of weeks ago.
Uniqlo and M&S should have brighter colours now it is spring.

HelgaHere1 Wed 25-Mar-20 16:44:22

Yes Gudrun sjodgen -very colourful but too shapeless for big busted me

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