Top Trend: Blue
This season Blue is the warmest color. Designers have raised the temperature of this cool shade on their fall/winter 2017 catwalks. Its time to welcomed into your wardrobe all the bright and vibrant hues of blue, from Emilio Pucci’s pastel oversized suit and Antonio Marras’s deep turquoise over the knee dress to more electric shades at Louis Vuitton. Taking their inspiration from arctic surfing, Carole Lim and Humberto Leon returned from their trip with a breathtaking beautiful sky meets sea blue shade. Playing with contrasts, the duo used a radiant yellow collar and immaculate white shoes to make their blue tailored suit pop. These are all audacious looks that will cheer up anyone feeling even the slightest bit blue.
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