Have you heard, “Orange is the New Black”? Well, now you have! There is something about this color that makes it stand apart from the rest. It renders a fresh, youthful and charming appeal we all yearn for. However, that is only if you style it appropriately. Poorly styled orange may seem outlandish and make you look like a fashion disaster.
Here are a few tips to wearing orange in style:
Monochrome for a Classy Look
Not everyone can pull off a monochrome well and many of those who can often fail to pick the right print, patterns, and colors. If you have a fetish for monochromes then go for one in orange color.
A formal jumpsuit, a plain maxi dress or a knee-length skater dress – whatever you pick make sure you pick it in the right shade of orange. Bright orange can make you look over the top if you are opting for a monochrome. Or you may try it if you can carry it well though we suggest you go for tangerine to keep it subtle.
Orange with Denim to Amp the Casual Look
A neon orange colored sweatshirt or casual T-shirt paired with your blue denim jeans can amp your casual look. This color can accentuate your look instantly. It will look equally good with a denim jeans/ skirt in a greenish hue. If you think the color is too bright for you then wear a denim jacket and let the orange play a peek-a-boo. However, avoid teaming it with your black jeans/ skirt. Why? Well, we assume you aren’t heading for a Halloween theme party!Orange is the New Black Click To Tweet
Pink and Orange for the Festive Feel
Pink and orange make for a great combination. Ethnic dresses in this color combination are especially a rage. They render a festive feel and are apt for special occasions. An orange lehenga choli teamed with a pink dupatta can be awe-inspiring. Likewise, a well-designed orange and pink colored salwar suit can be a sure shot head turner. The color combination is appealing to the eye.
Orange and Gold for a Special Occasion
Orange combined with gold is just perfect. You can never go wrong with a plain orange saree with a golden border or a golden blouse teamed with an orange saree. Orange coupled with gold renders a graceful look. Not just ethnic wear, this color combination also looks good when it comes to western formals. A flowing evening gown with golden work can render a polished look. Both bright and lighter shades of orange look good in these kinds of attires.
Orange and White for an Elegant Avatar
Orange and white offer a poised look. An orange-colored top teamed with white-colored trousers looks amazing. Likewise, an orange dupatta can add grace to a plain white suit. Wear a pair of orange jhumkis to complete the look.
So, what are you waiting for? Add grace and elegance to your white outfits by pairing them with different shades of orange.Nail it with Shades of Orange Click To Tweet
Orange Footwear to Add Some Colour
Do away with those boring black, brown and fawn colored footwear. It is time to look beyond these usual colors. Get yourself a pair of orange footwear. Orange and beige or cream offer a great combination when it comes to footwear. Adorn your feet with beautiful orange sandals to add color and charm to your look.
A Dash of Sparkle with Orange Accessories
If you are just starting to experiment with the color and still find it a bit over the top then begin with orange accessories. Team your white, pink, blue and yellow colored outfits with orange colored accessories. Blue denim jeans and jacket teamed with a neon orange colored belt can add spark to your look. A bright orange-colored scarf can make your boring white shirt look sassy. Likewise, a pair of orange jhumkis with your yellow or pink salwar suit can augment your style. Orange accessories also look good with magenta and green colored outfits.
So, if you have been wary of this color until now or have made a failed attempt at styling it, it is time to use these tips and see how it works.
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