If there is one color that gets the title of having most flexible shades, it will be the color of sky, blue. Admit it or not, most of your days in a week comprise of you wearing black, white or gray, right? Because these colors give remedies to your everyday what-to-wear and which-apparel-to-pair problem; without them, your mornings will only consist of same scenario: an hour of walking around in your room, grabbing and fitting different clothes, and filling up your room’s floor with your disapproved garments, but ended up undecided. As a result, instead of having a good start for a great day, you ended up having a worst nightmare in the morning –who wants that? That is why I understand that life is so much better with these colors; all you have to do is to choose the best apparel in your wardrobe and let these muted colors do the adapting. But the question is, isn’t it boring to wear dull colors everyday?
Spicing up your style might be a huge step for some –especially for those who are not used to wear other shades except from the safe ones: black, gray and white. However, even though they prefer to not break the walls and to get stuck in the safe side, there are still other ways to add interest to their outfit. One of these is taking a step out of the darker shades and embracing a small twist of change of color, which is blue. Blue is flexible similar with black, but unlike black it has lively shade that can save you from dullness.
Blue does not aim to complicate but to make space for new fashion ideas. Its flexibility serves as a mixing and matching ground for different colors and styles, which gives answer to your everyday problem before hitting the office or campus.
Also, accessorizing it is not a problem and in fact is one of the great colors to match with gold. So to give enhancement to the classiness of the dress, I paired it with gold accessories and flats.
Shot by Seph Cham