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Fashionista NOW: Living Coral Color Fashion Inspiration

Credit | Emma Felin

Wonder how to wear coral shades like the carefree bohemian that you are? Great! This one is for you.

Coral is the colour of 2019 and Pantone distinctly named the Living Coral as the coral shade to be excited about. With a golden undertone, this color is alive but what I’m sensing visually is a brick orange red.

As of late, my favourite crop top is in the shade! Thanks to the soft material, that is, wearing it on repeat is the practical thing to do as the weather here turns bright and sunny after a period of soggy wet monsoon. Well, weather aside, everyone should be able to find a shade of coral that is complementary to your own complexion, that you actually appreciate!

An earthy red with a yellow undertone is pretty versatile but you could find something in the pastel family if barely-there colors are right up your alley. Wear it in the form of a breezy sundress, playsuit or a summer romper for something sunny and approachable.

When I think of a coral color, aside from coral reefs and a gold fish, I think of dreamy salmon hued sunsets that bleed into purples and blues around the edges. Wardrobe-wise, I think of my soft coral crop top paired with high waisted dusty blue jeans, grey tote bag and a pair of beige sandals. Pretty casual but always positively comfortable.

For a quick visual inspiration on how you can bring the coral color trend right into your own personal wardrobe, scroll below and enjoy!

Which coral outfit is your favorite? Share below – I’d love to know.

“The only way to get through life is to laugh your way through it. You either have to laugh or cry. I prefer to laugh. Crying gives me a headache.”Marjorie Pay Hinckley

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