Every season has a color, and this spring, Orange is that color. Orange is an underrated fashion color. Orange looks awesome in Spring with navy, tan, soft grey, and orange transitions nicely into summer with bright whites, sand and turquoise. And we can say with confidence, that orange looks amazing in fall with chocolate, taupe, and grey.
Bring an orange silk blouse into your closet, adding elegance to a pencil skirt, worn loosely over slim trousers or with short shorts. When embarking on a new bold color for your wardrobe, versatility is a must. This blouse, available at Macy’s from BCBG, allows you to create a long or short sleeve for the days that start at 40 degrees and end at 70. Maybe you would like just a hint of orange, and the ribbon in this fedora from Target is all you need.
For men, and orange shirt and tie, is the perfect purchase to let the office folks know that you are on trend. The Claymore Shop carries an awesome selection of patterned orange ties. Pair your new tie with a custom shirt in orange plaid from The Claymore Shop, a tan sport coat and some slim dark denim and the look personifies Spring 2012.
Love the clutch? We do! This clutch featured, from Neiman Marcus, dresses up denim and pops when soft colors like mint are used as its backdrop. Remember always clutch your clutch from the top.
Love this textured orange bag from Michael Kors. Its the perfect size with pockets to keep the unorganized organized. The strap adjusts to give you versatility, cross body the bag or hang the bag traditionally on the shoulder.
Skinny jeans have become a staple and the orange flats from Nordstrom can create a fresh nautical look or team the flats with a white t and full neutral skirt for a flirty look. Team your new orange flats with navy if you are a preppy fashionista at heart.
Maybe you just need an accessory like this Anne Klein watch from Macy’s. Watches are an economical accessory which can add a touch of a trend color without overwhelming. Love the multiple bracelets from Nordstrom. Again, versatility is available as the bracelets can be worn all together, which we love, or mix 2 or 3 of them with other bracelets for a more expressive statement.
Orange is a feel good color, which when worn properly, emits confidence and a sunny disposition. Did you know that Orange was originally called red-yellow? Thankfully, orange became its officially recognized name in 1512, After all, who wants to drink red-yellow juice?
Design your spring looks Detroiters with a pop of Orange.