Beauties, brace yourselves--cobalt blue is March's color of the month! It's a beautiful color for almost every skin tone, and it can take any ensemble to the next level. The runways of Elie Saab, Missoni, and Karen Walker played host to this beautiful color for Spring 2012, showcasing it in fabulous silhouettes and fabrics. Onto the more affordable side of the fashion spectrum, I've seen cobalt blue on display at several affordable stores like Forever 21 and Charlotte Russe, and at several boutiques in my area.
This color looks great paired with your basic neutrals, like black, beige, and white. But if you're into the color block trend, cobalt blue also works well with neon yellow, orange, or teal. Add this color to your wardrobe by checking out my favorite cobalt blue pieces below.
How will you wear cobalt blue this summer? Answer in the comments!
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A model presents an outfit at Matthew Williamson of Britain spring 2009 collection show at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week on September 8, 2008 in New York....
Hot pink is the most popular color of the summer. Several models in spring 2009 fashion shows were drenched in hot pink.
This color was exceptionally popular in the collection of up and coming designer, Alexander Wang, and also in the collection of Matthew Williamson.
But hot pink items don't have to come with a designer label and an expensive price. Check out all of the fabulous pink items I've selected in Think Pink under $50.
While spring fashion obviously brings with it an entourage of bright, vivid colors,More fashion...
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