In winter, we often tend to abandon summer colors and turn to grey, black or navy blue. This year, no more gloom, grayness and depression, make way for an explosion of colors in her wardrobe.
Colorful outfits for her wardrobe
This winter, we dare to color! A resolution that's easy to keep since it's the tfashion trend of the year. Pink, blue, yellow, green, orange...there's something for everyone. This winter's essential piece, the colourful coat. In terms of color, we choose the one that best suits our complexion and that will go with our wardrobe. In your dressing room, we have fun mixing colors together, mixing our most beautiful colored pieces. For example, we associate candy pink with olive green, orange with pine green or even lemon yellow with cherry red. For the most classic, we turn to pastel and its softer shades. Let your creativity flow to fight the winter gloom!
This winter, you will no doubt have noticed that we are seeing a strong comeback of the supercharged colors of the 80s. Make way for colorful stripes, tops featuring your icon's muse and pop colors and get out your Madonna vinyls, it's going to groove!
Colorful accessories and shoes to spruce up your outfit
Some people find it difficult to wear colorful clothes. It's understandable that it's hard to go from black to electric blue in the snap of a finger. So you have to go at your own pace. Start by sprucing up your outfit with little touches of color.
For example, we wear a powder pink bag with our favorite black dress. Mix lemon yellow pumps with jeans. You can also be satisfied with a pretty colored belt or a very warm colored hat. One day maybe we'll dare the mustard jumpsuit and the brick red shoes!
Dare colorful prints
Another must-have trend for the 2020 season: prints! After blowing up our summer, they are back in force this season for our greatest pleasure. Stars of winter: the warm and wild animal motifs like the leopard or the tiger that will certainly not leave you cold...
And to add even more color to our looks, we don't hesitate to multiply them (be careful not to overdo it). A way to add a bit of pep to our outfits and fight against the greyness that surrounds us!