When all else fails to perk up your fall wardrobe, rely on rich blues to get you out of the style rut!
Blue is a vivid color that offers any neutral outfit an instant update.
Tired of dark muted colors? Count on blue to give your look an energetic boost. I, for one find the rich cobalt-y blue a stunner of a color. Worn with black and other earthy neutrals, the blue will stand out magnificently.
If you appreciate the effect of colors on moods and are known to organize your outfit as a kind of therapy to whatever your mental state is, pick deep Autumnal blue for a dose of quick spirit lift.
For Autumn, indigo and cobalt blue are two celebrated colors that are in fashion. Indigo is highlighted in Paul Smith’s Fall/Winter 2013 collection while cobalt is featured on Michael Kors’ collection for Autumn/Winter.
To help you get you in the mood for Autumnal blues, here’s a list of lookbookers wearing their best blue-themed outfits:
♥ blue top – Oasap | blue flats – Satchi
♥ navy blue dress with peter pan collar – Arafeel
♥ blue sweater | pants – H&M
♥ blue studded jacket – Romwe
♥ blue coat – Asos
♥ blue coat – Rosy Ruby | blue necklace – Lulu-Le
♥ blue coat – H&M | blue sneakers – Isabel Marant
♥ blue pleated skirt – Figl
♥ blue tweed blazer – Mango | blue shoes – Witchery
Fancy designer brand clothing? New Chic Boutique has a few of blue-themed items up for grabs at a discounted price:
♥ Nanette Lepore’s Pendulum Jacket
♥ Free People Zip Up Jacket
♥ Pure Handknit Big Button Sweater
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So, what do you think of this Autumnal blue boost of color? Would you sport the hue to give your wardrobe an electric chic spin? Let me know your thoughts down in the comments!
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