I want to have more fun with colour at work. How do I steer clear of blacks, greys and neutrals yet still look hyper-polished?
T: I live in a navy. If you don’t love black or grey then go for a navy.
A: I would go for a Dries Van Noten men’s zone and wear a navy trouser with an acid yellow mohair jumper.
T: And then to give you an accessible option, a Cos version of it…
A: What about, black trousers, black roll neck, shocking pink shirt? So you’re like a mime [artist] that wandered into a Cos store? Or what about a hair accessory like an alice band or a nice ribbon?
Looking good in a hat: how?
A: No, some people just don’t suit them.
T: It depends on the shape of your head.
A: For example, having just mentioned alice bands, they look so bad on me because my head’s quite long.
T: It’s like cool berets, they’re very in, but my features are way too large to facilitate.
A: You just have to be upfront about what suits you.
How can I have more fun with fashion trends without wasting money and harming the environment?
T: If you’re concerned about the environment, don’t play into a trend.
A: I live by a Traid [charity shop], and that’s really good. If you buy something vintage, you’re donating to charity and also giving somebody’s discarded thing a second life. A lot of fashion is informed and inspired by vintage anyway. It’s a treasure hunt.