Colour of the Season: Khaki

28th March 2017

We’ve got a new favourite colour; it goes with everything, it suits all skin tones and it’s so easy to wear. Is khaki the new black? We think it could well be.

woman modelling joules khaki coloured collection in forest scene

This season we’re singing the praises of this ubiquitous hue with its military origins. Always stylish, a classic that can be adapted to any outfit or situation, it’s no surprise that it’s so well-loved. Our current range sees the addition of some strong key khaki pieces that are proving to be very popular. Paired with our new season print, that features khaki tones in the base design and contrast colours – in particular seasonally appropriate coral pink, they are a match made in sartorial heaven. Here are the pieces we’ll be wearing this season.

joules collection of khaki pieces for the season with coordinated prints on a rail

There’s a real buzz around the Cassidy jacket at the moment, a key component in our new spring/summer collection, it’s extremely popular here at Joules HQ! Cut from soft cotton that has a beautifully lived-in feel, it is a truly versatile addition to any wardrobe. It works well with so many pieces but for an effortless look pair it with blue or black Monroe jeans – both work well with khaki. The Odessa sweatshirt with coral and cream chevron stripes and a stylish zip back finishes the look nicely, adding colour to the proceedings. For block khaki try the flattering wrap top Hallie.

joules cassidy khaki jacket styled with striped sweatshirt and blue denim monroe jeans

The classic Hepburn cropped chinos in Soft Khaki are another great base for pairing with our new prints. We suggest the loose fitting Keely shirt in Rosehip, tucked in for definition or for a more relaxed look, the Carys pop over tunic. With khaki tones and pops of coral in the print it will add just the right amount of brightness to your outfit.

joules khaki hepburn fitted chinos styled with white relaxed shirt

Will you be wearing Khaki this season?

1 Comment

  • Lucie

    30.03.2017 at 08:52 Reply

    I always wear khaki as it’s timeless

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