Have you ever wondered how different colours become trendy one year and not the next? A big part of the reason is the Pantone Color Institute, who’s been choosing a colour of the year for the past two decades. For 2020, they’ve chosen Classic Blue – a soothing, meditative and calming hue. Pretty soon, you’re going to be seeing this colour everywhere, especially in fashion. So here are five ways you can incorporate this colour into your wardrobe and be ahead of the game!
According to the Pantone Colour Institute, Classic Blue is a pretty regal colour. To bring out your inner queen, opt for this deep blue khaddar kurta from Ammara Khan. It’s great for the office, where you can be a total boss, and for a dinner out with the family!
Blue My Mind
Having a pop of colour when wearing an all-white or all-black outfit takes it from basic to the next level. This blue clutch with gold detailing from Almas is a great way to add vibrancy and glamour to your outfit. It’s great for the upcoming wedding season or your bestie’s birthday dinner!
In our opinion, the best way to head into the new year is in boss mode and Mango has made this much easier with their blue printed blazer. Wear it to the office and make a powerful statement or pair with jeans, a white tee and some sky-high heels for a chic look at brunch. Whichever way you go, you’ll feel fabulous!
Sky Is The Limit
Nothing pulls an outfit together like a good pair of shoes, especially heels. And finding the perfect heels can be a task but Charles & Keith has you covered! Their blue velvet heels will work fabulously with any outfit you don – Eastern or Western, formal or casual. They are absolute must-haves!
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again – a basic kurta is all you need sometimes. And no one does it better than Sana Safinaz. This blue kurta will last you season after season and will always be in fashion. You can dress it up with statement earrings and heels or dress it down with neutral trousers and flats – the options are endless!