A fare da controcanto a questa tendenza “ruggine” si confermano le tonalità pastello che amo molto e che ci fanno pensare ancora all’estate.
I colori sorbetto così tenui, freschi, delicati, da abbinare insieme come se fossero casualmente pescati da un sacchetto di marshmallow, assicurano un’allure “gentile” e un’eleganza eterea.
Sicuramente i miei preferiti e che presto vedrete declinati in qualche look.
Intanto ecco un’ispirazione per sdrammatizzare il nero con una pennellata di blu e giallo.
Every autumn arrives on time, that moment when you’re still walking with sandals, in a warm autumn sun while all around the wind seems to have swept away any color from day to day and as a tacit agreement to style the people fill the streets of shades of blacks and grays.
Ok, the black color leans, is elegant, is a versatile color and is always my favorite in the chromatic scale, provided it is prevalent and pervasive, especially in the winter. So for a few years now, accomplices trends of the season, I decided to put aside rigor and austerity and making democratically space, even in winter, the colors.
This year the shades chosen by designers to challenge the cold season range from earth colors like brown in all its shades, the color marsala, to red to dark blue and ocher.
To act as a counterpoint to this trend “rust” confirmed the pastel shades that I love and that make us think again about the summer.
The sorbet colors so soft, fresh, delicate, to be combined together as if they were accidentally caught by a bag of marshmallows, ensure allure “gentle” and ethereal elegance.
Definitely my favorite and you will see that soon declined in some looks.
Meanwhile, here is an inspiration to play down the black with a splash of blue and yellow.
Zara – sweater (maglia)
Dixie – Pencil skirt (gonna)
Primadonna – Yellow heels (scarpe)
Liu jo – Bag (borsa)