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The United Colours of Britain

As I strolled though my local city today I felt a sense of belonging stronger than ever before. The Union Jack flags decorating the buildings were swaying in the breeze, newsagent windows were aligned with patriotic paraphernalia and I also blended in with the red, white and blue. Think clean white converse, royal blue skinnies and a red cotton lace cami top. With the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the London Olympics this Summer there is no better time to celebrate and support our country by incorporating a Union Jack colour palette into our wardrobes. British fashionistas should revel in the delight that our country possesses a flag with a trio of highly complimenting colours. Think about the Jamaican flag and you will understand a little better – yellow, green and black?! Our country’s colours are basic and timeless and teamed together they create a classic outfit that will stand the test of time, just like the United Kingdom. – GWC

Click on the images to view the items online.

Lulu Guinness salutes the UK with this adorable little Souvenir Shop bag.

Orla Kiely silk trapeze dress with ecru collar.

Current/Elliot ‘Rolled Skinny’ in bold red. The rolled up detail is perfect to show off a statement shoe.

Be a Queen for the day in this pearl tiara from Topshop.

Opt for a Union Jack scarf designed by Liberty with three of their classic floral patterns.

London Rebel Ditsy Floral Wedge. Perfect for summer dresses, so cute!

Henry Holland has created these Union Jack Pretty Polly tights especially for the Jubilee.

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