Shoppers looking for guidance on what to wear this coming season can get free advice at Cheshire Oaks this weekend.

Colour analysis is a growing trend with a rainbow of colour dos and don’ts. Designed to assign individuals with the most flattering colours, the idea is to help make educated choices around fashion, beauty and accessories – all based on complexations, skin tones and other varying factors.

Starting with the importance of colour, McArthurGlen Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet is giving shoppers the opportunity to have a free colour analysis consultation with stylist Kate Harrison and EWA True Colours Cheshire.

Visitors can either pre-book a session or snap up one of the limited walk-in appointments available on April 26-28 and May 4-5.

Hosted within the ‘Spring Garden’ (opposite Under Armour), guests can expect an educational one-to-one 20-minute session with a colour consultant.

Shoppers will get to sit back and relax in the floral space while being draped with over 30 pieces of fabric swatches across their shoulders, carefully examining what colours makes their faces light up then, get styled in a rail of pre-selected clothing from Pinko, Reiss and many other brands within the space and shop the look within favourite brands around the Designer Outlet.

All participants will receive a gift bag including colour swatches, gift cards and more.

The centre is also getting a fresh new look for the spring season. It has introduced a vibrant flower wall and colourful seating areas for summer selfies.

The events are part of the shopping park's event, The Great Dress Up, which runs until May 12.

For more information and to book an appointment, visit