Now on to Navy. This color is super hot this year. We can see it home decor and in fashion. I'm really digging Navy. In fact, I want to paint either my brick fireplace navy or the window wall in my living room. The color I have chosen is Hale Navy by Benjamin Moore, just so yummy. Not too dark, not tlight, not saturated, not dull. Just perfect. :)
|(For sources, find these pics in my "Inspiration for our new Home" board on Pinterest)|
Navy made it's amazing and super popular comeback in 2014. But did navy really go out of style? No, it's just that people are recycling it in the fashion trends again. You see, navy is both a neutral color and a cool color. What this means is that it can go with anything. Don't believe me? Try it. Navy and red=fab, with orange=fab, with yellow=fab, with gray= fab, etc. You get the point.
Since navy is a cool color and a neutral, why not also pair it with it's classic partner in crime: Khaki? Khaki is both a neutral and a warm color so it works wonderfully well with navy. On the color wheel, these two are almost exact opposites.
Tips for wearing navy:
1. Pair either with a statement color or a neutral
2. Consider your dark blue jeans to be navy
3. Navy can be either in your statement piece or your complementary pieces
4. Gold, silver, or pearls look fabulous with navy
And since I'm still on this navy color kick...
|Please excuse the blurry close ups|
|Blazer is from Dress Barn - Similar HERE and HERE|
Skirt is from Target - Exact HERE
Striped top is a thrifty find - Similar here, here, and here
Shoes are Fioni - Similar here
Belt and watch are from First & Chic
Necklace and bracelets are from Burlington Coat Factory
Earrings are from a local boutique
And an oldie Instagram collage of me wearing a navy blue dress last year that I never posted (sorry about the quality):
|Dress is from Marshall's|
Layering tee and watch are from First & Chic
Shoes are from a local boutique (D brand)