With Valentine’s Day just a few days away, we’ve got red on the brain. But not only red. We’re feeling almost every iteration, from merlot to blush. If you want to add a little romance to your style, take a look at some of our favorite ways to include this hue in your next outfit.
2014 was the year of Radiant Orchid, a cool toned medium-pink that captured the fashion, decor and beauty world by storm; but today we want to give a nod to one of Radiant Orchid’s close cousins: fuchsia. Fuchsia is a bright reddish-purple that takes its name from the equally beautiful fuchsia flower. This color would look beautiful in any season because it’s vibrant enough for summer, but rich enough for winter.
A fuchsia dress is one way to liven up a room! It’s as dramatic as red, but a little more modern and playful.
A popular choice for bride, this bold color is perfect for accenting more muted colors.
And don’t forget about home decor! Adding fuchsia to your room is a fantastic way to make any room more lively!
Not feeling the red, white and blue trend this Memorial Day? These street style pics may change your mind. The All-American colors have been making waves in the fashion industry for years. Tommy Hilfiger and Ralph Lauren have defined themselves as the go-to All American shops time and time again using these three colors within their collections. This look is simple to achieve by mixing and matching pieces from your own wardrobe. We love how each of these girls have created an All-American look while remaining sleek and sophisticated. Try incorporating stripes into your outfit for a preppy, yet polished look.
This season, stripes have been incredibly popular. The nautical-inspired trend has been swooping the fashion industry season after season. The trend remains popular year after year due to the classic essence and conservative vibe it gives off. Each of these editorial prints displays an All-American nautical image from various standpoints. Vintage sailors, rocky waters, knotted ropes, ribbons and poofy dresses each examples of what various editorials exemplify as All-American. How do you rock your stripes?