COLOUR POP

Sometimes a pop of colour can modernise a classic piece – freshen up a staple and this is the case with coloured trousers.

When wearing brightly coloured pants, you don’t want the rest of your look to be equally as bold so keep the other elements of your outfit to muted or neutral tones. A white shirt is a simple yet effective addition every time. If brights seem too much, work slowly up to it. Think stop sign red is too out there? Try out some burgundy chinos and work your way to the other end of the colour spectrum! Whether you go for pastel tones or bolder brights – a pair of colour pants can shake up your smart casual wardrobe.

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Zac wears Calibre pants & belt, Charles Tyrwhitt shirt, Tommy Hilfiger shoes, Tom Ford sunglasses, Rolex GMT watch


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Shot by Zoë Stenmark

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