Ultraviolet is the colour that you will see in every corner of the fashion world in 2018, because Pantone Color Institute has declared it as the colour of the year. But, before you run over to the mall to fill your shopping bags with accessories and clothes in this colour, here’s a complete guide to the colour of this season!
While this may be a good news for all the fanatics of the colour purple, there are a few who are nervous about adding this new shade to your wardrobe, but, you need not worry at all. Ultraviolet is a pretty shade consisting of blues, purples and hints of lavender and can look ravishing on most Indian skin tones.
While the bright shade of purple can be a little hard to carry off in the form of a whole outfit, you can incorporate the colour into your accessories for a pop of colour. Ultraviolet footwear or bags can add a dash of colour to your look and, thanks to this bright shade, you can get ready for some second looks.
Get Ultra Chic With Ultraviolet:
If a vivid ultra violet is not the colour for you, then you can tone down the colour by a few shades. Lilac is a beautiful shade that can be incorporated into your wardrobe. Kurtas, dresses, evening gowns & tunics can all help you try out this new trend.
Mix It. Match It. Flaunt It!
Ultra violet is a colour that speaks volumes of unconventionality. If you are racking your brains on what you can pair with your new ultraviolet clothing, then you can blindly go for all the neutral trousers in your wardrobe. Pair an ultraviolet blouse or a top with beige trousers for a bold yet classy look.
For The Boho Vibes:
Bring out the boho vibes in you by incorporating ultra violet into your everyday clothing. It could be a scarf, or a new pair of shades, jewellery, or any other accessory. You can combine this with bold pinks for a boho chic look.
Layer It Up:
Get creative with layers! Choose a vivid purple blazer and watch how it turns the most basic look consisting of shirts and dresses into an in-vogue trend.
A unique colour which gives everyone a lot of room to get creative, it’ll be interesting to see what 2018’s colour of the year has in store for all of us!