Summer trend: bold colours

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I divide fashion in mainly two seasons fall/winter and spring/summer and then I assign to each season specific cuts, fabrics an of course colors. I am usually more willing to wear turquoise, yellow and red during the nice season other then in November even if a bold color might bright up a gloomy winter day.

Anyway, we are already in spring and summer is approaching, so I have chosen the nicest bold color outfits from various designers. Royal blue, yellow, emerald green, turquoise, coral, lime, orange are the feel-good colors.

Candy pink sating jacket, pants and sandals by Blumarine


Silver cape on a color block dress: silk satin grade tunic  matched with a metallic red handbag by Burberry Prorsum 

Burberry Prorsum

Vitamin polka dot chffon orange dress by Cacharel


Reef red one shoulder gazar gown by Carolina Herrer

Carolina Herrera

Ruby colour dress with honeycomb opening by Carven


Pink and red bi-color gown by Christian Dior

Christian Dior

Romantic knee-length purple ad orange dress embellished in the neckline by Clips


Sleek and sophisticated, with architectural contrast detail underlined by the color block by Diane von Furstenberg

Diane von Furstenberg

Coral macrame overcoat with mustard fringes by Ermanno Scervino

Ermanno Scervino

Pink azalea for this suit by Gucci: flare trousers and military style jacket.


Dark yellow and pink peonia maxi skirt by Iceberg


Aquamarine evening gown by Issa London

Issa London

Jersey drape degrade dress by Nina Ricci

Nina Ricci

Toreador embroidered jacket features hundreds of hand-covered silk thread ornaments with silver-line caviar beads and black diamond crystals on top of a turquoise leather dress by Oscar de la Renta.

Oscar de la Renta

Amethyst outfit by Ralph Lauren

Ralph Lauren

Cotton and linen gras green pants matched a green round neck sweater by Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney


So what bold colour are you? I am definitely coral and turquoise. Happy summer!


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