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Fashionista NOW: Spring Color Trend ~ Cobalt Blue

Cobalt blue is an instant pick-me-up hue that has been hyped as one of the celebrated colors of spring/summer time.

Filled with a vibrant rush of energy, the cobalt blue color trend is one that can be worn by just about anyone, regardless of age or figure size. Unlike specific trends like cutouts or crop tops that take a little experiment to master and may only work best on a specific age bracket, this trend only requires that you grab anything that carries the shade and wear it. Tadaa, you’re right on trend for the year!

Colors do speak for themselves especially when you keep the rest of your ensemble neutral and this seems to be very much the case with the royal cobalt blue. Not to say that you can’t indulge in some color-blocking fun which is obviously perfectly doable, should you desire for it.

However, if you’re aiming for a look that just has the dose of cobalt needed so that it simply works itself around the rich electric color, do so by keeping the rest in earthy or black-and-white colors. Visually, we’d want the attention to gently fall upon the cobalt and trust me that you’d not only boost your own energy but others around you as well.

Scroll on down below to get a clue on how lookbookers are wearing the cobalt blue fashion trend:

coat by Rosy Ruby | necklace by Lulu-Le

collared shirtdress by Ellysage

cashmere scarf by Balmuir | creepers by Vagabond

drape cardigan by Miss Selfridge

maxi blue skirt

jeans by Zara | heels by Boutique 9

shorts by River Island

Do any of these cobalt-themed outfits appeal to you? If so, please do kindly hype them up! Any interesting thoughts to share? Drop them down below.

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Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.

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