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The 6 shades that will colour your wardrobe this SPRING

The 6 shades that will colour your wardrobe this SPRING

It’s March already, the month when finally springtime can be felt in the air! When the sun shines you get in the mood to dress with more colour, more cheerfully, therefore we need to know the nicest colours recommended for spring 2015, those that determine the tendency and let us see the rainbow through the eyes of fashion.

Military Green
This is one of the more frequently seen shades on the catwalks for spring-summer 2015.
Practically all the desfilés have some items or even the large majority of garments in numerous different shades of military green. Marc Jacobs, Gucci and Sonia Rykiel show these colours which additionally are carried on to utilitarian garments like parkas, body suits, shirts and trousers.
This spring colour is added based on lots of orange. A warm colour that feels and looks good on tanned skin and which is as suitable for evening as well as day wear. Give all your attention to this colour for a total look. If you
find the colour is too much for you, look for a small shoulder bag in orange and you will enhance your looks
Indigo Blue
Denim is quite strong this spring, as well as the actual colour of the jean fabric, indigo, is used in all kinds of garments this season. You can wear it
day and night, without fear and can combine it with any other colour.


Bubblegum Pink
The pastel shades are with us for another summer, but this year we shall place a special emphasis on pink, which ranges from the lighter tones of meringue, to the bubblegum pink in Barbie of Moschino. For me it is a colour that gives me a lot of vitality and good vibes, just what I need to fight fatigue in spring.
Pure White
This season white is worn on its own. White is romantic or hippie, what is certain is that it will be worn from head to toe.
There was much talk of this colour earlier this year, when Pantone  announced that it was the colour for 2015, but then really it has not been seen much on the catwalks although some collections like Gucci, Trussardi or Uma Wang show us that the garnet colour is not just for autumn

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