Styling Blues

The color blue is always a good choice since you can never go wrong with it. Wearing it is just as comfortable as wearing any other “neutral” color: black, gray, and white.

Blue is without a doubt the most popular color for men and women of all ages.


Let me show you 3 ways of styling different shades of blue and mixing it with other colours.

Block colours

Keep it simple: You can pair a lighter shade of blue with a darker shade of blue if you keep things simple. Don’t create optical illusions with sophisticated prints – stick with block colours. 


I have styled a baby blue blouse from Asos with cropped stretch blue trousers from Roman Originals and navy wedge heel sandals from Laredoute, paired with peach pink tote from River Island.


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Blouse


Trousers


Bag


Wedge sandals

A splash of print in the block colours

I have styled this unique tunic dress from Debenhams which has a built-in mint green skirt with a floral print with the 3/4 navy blue trousers from Romans and wedge sandals as above.


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Tunic


trousers

Bold lilac and blue together

Lilac and blue are not exactly next to each other on the color wheel, but they do share certain cool-tone characteristics. And, together, they create a soft, chic combo that can be worn in all sorts of ways. 


I absolutely love this gorgeous lilac dress from Nougat London styled with dark blue slingback shoes from LK Bennett and dusty pale pink clutch from Marks and Spencer.


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Dress Option 1


Dress Option 2


Shoes


Clutch

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