Color, Color, and more Color!

By Anastasia Athineos

Being bold and bright doesn’t have to be just for celebrities. Anyone can rock a variety of fun colored denim to add a new flare to their wardrobe for a fresh and new look this season. Colored denim is a great way to show off your personality in a fashionable yet casual way. Celebrities have been giving this trend mainstream attention with their color blocking style by dressing up or down their outfits. What’s great about this trend is that it isn’t gender specific. Celebrities such as Rihanna, Kim Kardashian, and even Justin Bieber have all been spotted sporting the current trend.
This trend is one that takes some getting used to because not every color is going to look good on everyone’s skin tone.  In order to make this style look best you are better off pairing your colored denim with a simple neutral toned top or jacket. I find that wearing white, black, or gray tee shirts are the safest and most visually pleasing routes to take. By wearing a simple neutral tone, the color from the denim is able to pop and stand out without the outfit looking too loud. Colored denim cries out for fun accessories and shoes. The style of the accessories and shoes can take the simple denim outfit from trendy and flirty to laid back and carefree in a matter of minutes.
So experiment and let your mood and personality shine through your wardrobe! If you are feeling happy, wear something bright. And if you’re feeling a little blue, well cobalt looks great on everyone! No matter your mood, one thing is for certain – you can always feel confident stomping down the sidewalk in your bold, look-at-me pants and effortless style. 

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