Orange is a lovely colour which is associated with joy, sunshine and the tropics. It represents happiness, enthusiasm, fascination, success, attraction and a whole lot of positive things. It is a colour of adventure, it is uninhibited and extroverted, therefore it is a very vibrant colour.
As vibrant and lovely as this colour is, it is one of the colours people always fail at woefully when dressing up. Orange colour can be very tricky to slay because people are not informed of how to properly combine it. It is not actually the easiest colour to wear as it can be quite bright and overpowering.
Orange look so good with so many colours as it adds glow to your skin. It is okay to wear orange but it is good to start with a subtle touch of it if you don’t yet have the confidence to make it your whole outfit. Know that as daring as orange can be, there is a chic fashionable side to it.
The trick to getting your orange outfits right is not to let it overpower you, it ought to radiate all those alluring qualities in you, not totally subdue you. Tone down your orange apparel with neutrals and if you are not bold enough to wear a plain orange outfit all through, you can experiment with pattern outfits that have a touch of orange and move gradually to more daring patterns as you get bolder.
Kick up your inspirations with these inspirational orange apparel….
A two piece consisting of a crop top and culottes
A ruffle monostrap belted dress with a blue purse
A orange trench coat in a white and black monochrome outfit
A statement making orange midi skirt with a denim shirt
A crisp burnt orange halter neck silk dress
An orange crop top on a maroon leather midi skirt
A popping orange jacket in an all black ensemble
An orange tailored wide legs pants on a crisp white shirt
So whenever you feel down, know that having orange colours around you can cheer you up. So don’t let it overpower you because it will definitely influence your state of mind.
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