IN THE NAVY

“When I see someone in navy, I think they are sophisticated, effortless, not trying too hard but with an innate sense of style,” says Shepherdson, adding, “I wish that was what I thought when I saw myself in navy.  Show me a women who has no navy blue in her wardrobe and I’ll show you a woman who lacks style. Seriously. The absence of black in a wardrobe is understandable – after all it can be draining and dark. “

Bold colors ruled the runway this season, with blue being the hue of choice for designer collections this fall. The bright color adds a bold statement to winter dressing, lightening up a usually dull color palette to beat the winter blues this season, this color brings a whole new approach to statement dressing. There has been a fine comeback from fashion’s women, who take the longer approach to style. The street style blogging revolution of the past eight years, the proliferation of editors who dress to be snapped outside the shows –  are in BLUE.

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BLOUSE: ZARA
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CROCHET CAP: FOREVER 21
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COAT: ZARA
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SHOES: MICHEAL KORS

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Denim was a big fashion influence and then the blazer with gold buttons became a thing. Previously blue slightly had an image of being something your mother would have worn but then it became really right to wear it. It’s flattering for daytime or nighttime, and it’s less harsh than black.

About BLUE few points that i gather while doing research on that are

  • Its one of the fashion neutral colors. That means it can be worn with any other color. Navy bluejackets and trousers are good examples of wardrobe staples that mix well with other separates.
  • Navy blue is a slimming color.
  • Navy blue reads as a professional, businesslike color, when it’s the hue of a typical business garment, such as a jacket or a dress. That makes it a one of the top power colors for women and, thus, a good color for petites to wear to work.THANK YOU FOR STOPPING BY
    LOADS OF LOVE
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