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Summer blues: Perk up your wardrobe with vibrant colour

From sky to navy, there is a shade for every style and CastleCourt in Belfast is the perfect place to find them

Published 16/07/2014

Dress, £19.99, Quiz
Dress, £19.99, Quiz
Dress, £35, Miss Selfridge
Jumpsuit, £35, Dorothy Perkins
Jacket, £45, top, £25, trousers, £24, Dress, £35, Miss Selfridge sandal, £29, Dorothy Perkins
Dress H! by Henry Holland, Williamson at Debenhams £45, Debenhams
Dress, £35, Butterfly by Matthew Williamson at Debenhams
Dress £39.99, Quiz

The recent spell of sunny weather might have inspired some followers of fashion to break out the bright yellows and exotic oranges, but summer is also the perfect season to explore those many shades of blue.

From pastel and aqua to true blue and navy, there is a colour variation to suit every skin tone and personal style, and CastleCourt shopping centre in Belfast has just the selection to help you pick your perfect shade.

This easy-to-wear colour can be worn head to toe for a bright and bold look, but also provides the perfect tone to accessorise a pared-back summer outfit, either with a stylish pale blue jacket, or striking tote bag and summer sandals.

If an all-white look is too daring, a touch of blue also provides the perfect antidote, adding just the right amount of colour for a true summer palette.

Meanwhile, this season's geometric, tropical and floral prints have been seen in many shades of blue – from flirty summer playsuits to casual maxi dresses. The colour also works across a variety of textures including lace, light leather and, that old classic, denim.

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