The Color Combos Victoria Beckham Would Totally Approve Of

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There’s no denying the impact of color, especially when it’s an unexpected pairing of shades. Victoria Beckham recently made the case for color collision with workwear staples to temper her vivid palette. Inspired by her ensemble, we put together three outfits to implore your use of color in a truly wearable way. You can’t wear head-to-toe black all the time, give these looks a try.

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Unexpected Color Combinations To Try Now

A re-creation of Victoria's look, dark shades of red play well with warm browns and dark yellow hues—smart tones for sprucing up workwear.

Coil Earring

$115

Cassedy Pumps

$90

Aldo

Wide-Leg Pants

$60

H&M

Turtleneck Sweater

$13

Mango

Romane Shirt

$302

Atlantique Ascoli

An easy way to enliven navy? With lilac! Spring’s biggest color trend, to boot. White shoes brighten up the look even more.

Calvin Mule

$395

ASKA

Peter Pilotto High-Rise Fluted Satin Skirt

$735

Matchesfashion.com

JoosTricot Stretch Cotton-Blend Turtleneck Sweater

$415

Net-A-Porter

Merging Quill Earrings

$195

K/ller Collection

Both independently tricky shades, mint green and cotton-candy pink sing well together. We recommend grounding these hues by way of simple silhouettes.

Pamela Love Deconstruct Hoops

$150

Need Supply Co.

Nimble Square Toe Mules

$100

Topshop

Satin-Twill Tapered Pants

$450

Tibi

Cotton Sweater

$294

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