Make a cobalt statement this season
Expect to see little black dresses accessorized with bold pops of cobalt blue this fall, as the shade is making a statement as this season’s go-to accent hue. From embellishments on bags to pattern pops, even lens in the latest sunnies, a touch of the blues are just what you need to perk up your wardrobe.
An Ounce of Azure
Leopard has long been the new neutral, but when you add a dash of blue to the pattern, it takes the look from wallflower to wonder wall, like in this Ruched Crepe Dress from Halston.
Brand New Bags
If your bag is where you mostly wear the pop, consider the Gucci Bamboo Suede Fringe Shopper. The fringe detail is just another trend you can add on to your list for the season.
Or, if you long for something with a little more structure, opt for the Prada Saffiano Galleria Tote with Pocket. There’s a place to stash all of your must-haves and the color keeps you in check with the season’s trends.
Find Prada in the Design District at at 180 N.E. 40th St.
A Kiss of Cobalt
You’ll need a clutch to get your through your evening events, and this Marni Embellished Leather and Felt Clutch is not only an interesting mix of materials, it also plays up the cobalt trend by marrying it with grey instead of black. Another tip, try mixing cobalt with an electric green for a third color to add to your wheel.
Find Marni in the Design District at 3930 N.E. Second Ave., Suite 101B.
The Great Blue Yonder
A Pucci print is always a perfect harmony of hues, like these Printed Silk, Charmeuse Tapered Pants. Their bold cobalt touch gives the pattern a perfect pop for fall.
Find Emilio Pucci in the Design District at 155 N.E. 50th St.
It’s time to pack the black shades and save them for another sunny day. This season calls for blues. These round Janis sunnies with blue lenses from Mykita at I on the District are an excellent addition to any outfit.
Find I on the District in the Design District at 51 N.E. 40th St.
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