Viral ‘colour analysis’ trend now available at Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet

It’s part of The Great Dress Up summer series.

Daisy Jackson Daisy Jackson - 5th May 2024

Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet is preparing for summer with a series of brilliant fashion events – including jumping on the colour analysis craze. 

The viral sensation which helps people to dress in their most flattering colours is now heading to the popular shopping destination. 

Free consultations with expert colourists will tell you your ‘colour season’ and whether you’re warm or cool toned, pointing out the colours that will make your face quite literally light up. 

Then armed with your new-found appreciation for your own favourite colour, you can browse a rail of pre-selected clothing from Pinko, Reiss and many other brands, or head out shopping around the many other brands based at Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet. 

It’s all part of The Great Dress Up campaign running this spring/summer, which celebrates fun childhood memories of playing dress-up. 


The last few weeks has also seen Cheshire Oaks have a spring makeover, with a vibrant flower wall and colourful seating areas. 

The free Colour Theory consultations launched last weekend and will continue on May bank holiday weekend, with bookings available on 4 and 5 May. 


Colour analysis is a trend which has taken over TikTok, designed to assign individuals with their most flattering colours based on complexations, skin tones and other factors.

People can learn the dos and don’ts of colour at Cheshire Oaks with Kate Harrison and EWA. 

The 20 minute one-to-one consultations will take place within the beautiful Spring Garden opposite Under Armour. 


Shoppers can sit back and relax while more than 30 different fabric swatches are draped across your shoulders to determine your perfect colour palette. 

Free expert talks will help you to learn about the importance of knowing your colours and what they mean for your style. 

There are bounce back vouchers to the stores involved in the event as well as goodie bags containing a gift bag with colour swatches and more treats. 

Visitors can either pre-book a session or snap up one of the limited walk-in appointments available on 4 and 5 May. 

For more information and to book an appointment visit: mcarthurglen.com

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