Real-Time Fashion: Spice Up Your Look with a Pop of Orange

For fashion conscious women who would like to ensure that they are wearing the latest fashion trends, the in fashion color this season is orange.

Every year colors in fashion keep changing depending on the mood, and this year the in fashion color which has been widely adopted by fashion designers across the world is orange. Noted European designers and others such Hermes, Christian Dior, Carolina Herrera and, Narciso Rodriguez have noticed this trend and have adopted this color in their designer clothes which they have released as part of the autumn winter collection this year as well as spring summer collection next year. The bright orange color will add a touch of freshness to an otherwise staid outfit.

Spice Up Your Look with a Pop of Orange

Fashion experts such as columnists and celebrity watchers have observed that certain bright colors add a touch of glamour to any outfit and orange will be especially suitable for complementing the clothes worn in summer and spring. For making the outfit look sober fashion experts have advised that it should be combined with a less conspicuous shade, for example white or cream outfits. For example a bright orange sweater or sweatshirt should be combined with a white, cream, peach or other pastel colored top, t-shirt, pants, skirt or suit. If necessary the sweater or sweatshirt can be removed.

Though most people feel that brighter shades like orange are most suitable for informal occasions like holidays, parties and nights out, fans who love the color can also wear orange as part of their outfit for more informal events and places like business meetings and office. However, to carry off the look, some care has to be taken while selecting the outfit so that the bright orange does not seem to be very conspicuous, or out of place. For example in winter, wearing an orange sweater will not look very out of place even for a very formal meeting with clients.

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