With a graceful energy and intimidating posture, one of the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 season’s colors is orange which presents an enthusiastic look overall this year’s latest fashion trends and styles. From comfy-chic wear to cocktail parties, office wear and teenage looks, the bright orange gives an exotic touch to every plain outfit. Find out next how to wear this season’s color!
19 Aug, 2010
Powerful and eccentric, the color orange will always stand out through any crowd, because the optimism and creativity that this color releases shines easily from across the room. Setting the right mood in a second, orange is a lovely color to wear in your worst days and when everything down, you’ll inevitably feel better.
With a flawless and bright color like orange, the right outfit needs to look impeccable and presentable for any occassion. Since orange is not the easiest color to mix, actually it’s quite hard, the styles that it follows are diverse and the variety is large, but from teenage craziness wild chromatic combinations to professional business wear, sexy cocktail parties or elegant ladylike looks, orange can adapt to them all with the right attitude.
The Fall/Winter 2010/2011 season came with a variety of new and different colors, where the immortal combination of black and white still looks modern and maintaina an immaculate allure to every collection, from minimalistic to overly-styled, from classic to futuristic, anything goes.
Beside the black and white combination, orange comes surprisingly in our view for Fall 2010 Ready-To-Wear collections, where business wear comes into the spotlight with eccentric bold pop colors to emphasize every conservative outfit and transform it into a cool urban business look.
Along with orange, other dash fun colors get reinvented through styling and new trends. From hot red splashes to midnight purple, fuchsia, electric blue, neon yellow and massive turquiose, this season’s got them all.
From stylish head-to-toe orange looks to one-pop item outfits, this color seems to be rocking this season the runway, but will it hit the streets too? Hopefully it will, because not only it’s a fabulous color and it sets you into an exciting mood, but it will spice up a rainy fall and a cold winter.
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