Blue is my favorite color–there is no denying it.
Blue blazers are like my power piece, and I admit that I have three different blue-colored blazers hanging in my closet right now along with some blue trousers, multitudes of blue tops, and even a few pairs of blue shoes. There is something about the color blue that makes me feel absolutely fabulous, and I love the fact I can shamelessly and effortlessly wear all of its shade year-round without too many strange looks *wink*
Yesterday on Weekly Whistle, I mixed navy with turquoise, and today, I want to throw it back to some other ways I have mixed blue hues to create unique yet wearable outfits. There is totally nothing wrong with sporting your favorite color from head to toe–or almost head to toe *wink*
Also, to help you blend variations of your favorite hue, this special throwback edition of Three Ways to Wear Thursday also features styling tips from yours truly :)
Jumping allllllll the way back to 2012 when the blog was first founded, I did a Henry-David-Thoreau inspired post featuring all-blue ensembles. This is honestly one of my favorite blogs from the genesis, and I’m still a Thoreau fan *wink*
Denim is an easy go-to when blending blues.
Whether you’re topping off an outfit with a denim vest or rocking a thrifted, denim button-front, denim items are easy finds that easily blend with everything else in your wardrobe.
When I go thrifting and vintage shopping, I like to look for unique denim pieces I can wear as is OR look for outwear to DIY.
Mixing blues does not always have to be stately–it can be subtle.
For example, in the looks above, I mixed blue hues with accessories and outfit pieces that have touches of blue in the patterns.
This is an easy way to rock the look without having to plan a shopping trip *wink*
Play it casual–no where in the (imaginary) rulebook of fashion does it say that we have to make all of our statements super dressy.
So, if you’re a fashionista who prefers t-shirts over fancy blouses, you can rock mixed blues with your favorite pair of jeans and blue-hinted graphic tee and still be #OnPoint with the trend while also being super comfy and confident!