The Blue Colour Trend 2012
The electric blue trend mesmerizes the public with its psychedelic vibe and blinding radiance. Confirmed by the recent runways, this forecast of the must-have colours for Spring 2012 promises a beautiful season to come.
Electric blue-coloured pieces have been everywhere for a few seasons now and we're still crushing on the colour as part of a bold, colour-blocked ensemble or as an easy way to brighten your neutrals. The colour is cool yet feminine, signifies freshness and compliments most complexions.
After several seasons of nudes and neutral tones, there seems to be a shift towards colour in accessory design - and it’s back to the most prominent colour blue. The predominant tones on the catwalks were 'Cobalt' and 'Klein' but other variations were also present, and the colour blue was used as a single hue not only in handbags and shoes, but was also on straps, trims or edges of purses.
Since we have only just started to see the comeback of colour, it seems likely that blue will be a palate cleanser not only for designers. Mix and match for a monochrome effect, or punctuate an already colourful ensemble with a fab pair of indigo or azure shoes. With looks so polished, one could consider this blue colour the new black.
You don't have to be an expert to add a pop of blue into your outfit. Electric blue is sure to flatter all skin tones and can compliment neutral colours such as beige and also flamboyant colours like burgundy, fuchsia pink or even pine green.
More men are paying lots of attentions on the dressing. So not only the women’s fashion trend colour eye-catching, but also the men fashion trends. Now we are at the beginning of 2012, as the seasons changes, the fashion colour trend may change, and this season the trend is designed with mellow colour, blue.Blue seems to be the ‘cool’ colour of choice for Roberto Cavalli’s Spring/Summer collection for men. Stay ahead of the trend-conscious pack this season with a splash of serene sea and sky shades to shocking hues of electric blue and striking cobalt. Avoid the top-to-toe ice man look, but opt to cleverly mix and match instead by breaking up the blue with a complimentary-coloured shirt.
The blue runway ensembles with crimson and white bursts are winning combinations. Bright hues of blue are a seen many of the major designers' collections. Giorgio Armani employed this colour in a three-piece, almost futuristic looking, satin finish tech fabric suit, among other ways.
Here are some of our Blue Trend from Love Clothing
Men's Blue 60s Cardigan
Men's Navy & White Spear Shirt By Criminal Damage
Small Blue Leather Satchel By Oxford Bag Company
Womens Blue Vero Moda Long Sleeve U-Neck
Womens Cobalt Emmas Dots Short Dress by Vero Moda