You probably already own some blue clothing, but if you feel like adding to your collection, refreshing your wardrobe or simply introducing blue to your wardrobe this season, here’s what you should not be missing: * A pair of wide-leg trousers. Play with proportion by styling yours with a boxy top. * A laid-back, knitted-crochet cardigan for those chillier days. * A lace-embellished top. Simply perfect for your beach holiday.
A Pop of Blue vs. Head-to-Toe Blue: Luckily for us trends aren’t all that restrictive, meaning they allow you to adopt and interpret them for yourself. At the end of the day it is just as much about feeling comfortable in your skin, as it is about being fashionable or on trend. That being said, don’t restrain yourself from revealing your true personality. If colours aren’t your strong suit, dare to wear them through strategic dashes and fun pops, but if you seek to match your bubbly personality to an equally vibrant outfit, a head-to-toe blue look might just be your thing.
Complementary Colours to Blue: As this season is so keen on colour, it means you don’t have to restrict yourself at wearing one at a time. Mixing blue with other interesting shades might look challenging, but it is quite uncomplicated in fact. In fact, think of it like simply styling your jeans, just until you figure out what goes with what and if it’s more comfortable like that stick to a neutral palette. If you’re ready to make a statement choose colours that are just as bold and alive as blue and clash them together. Here are our top combinations for spring: For a toned down and rather safe look, mix blue with the classics: white, black or grey.
Mix & Match: Blue and Prints As with every other bold colour, the statement is made easier when a complementing print is thrown into the mix. We’re talking, paisley, floral or any other print, the idea is simple: make the most out of the combination, out of mixing trends, colours and patterns, all while holding onto your own aesthetic.