We’re still in winter, the coldest season of the year, but the stores have already begun to receive news for spring and summer season 2014/2015. If we’re going to start soon the acquisitions for the clothing of these stations, it pays to stay on top of all the key trends, doesn’t it? That’s why we’re going to check in detail one of the strongest bets, the candy colors.
For those who don’t know, candy colors are those colors in pastel colors, lighter and delicate. These blush ever done a few successful seasons and come back in style this summer, it seems, with more strength and visibility. Many stores have begun to publicize its new collections and in them there are many parts with the candy color chart.
And speaking of color, between the candy colors, we have, in particular, the yellow, blue, pink, lilac and coral. These colors resemble delicate sweets and a girly touch as the macarons, cookie colored with sweet stuffing. Worth investing in those colors to assemble Basic looks, combining with other neutral colors as well as jeans, but it’s also nice to innovate using a monochrome production.
The candy colors appear too in parts which until then were tougher and discrete characteristics of looks for work, such as the blazer and slacks. The interesting thing is to use these two pieces combined in the same tone to bring the day to day a harmony in the workplace. Of course, use this since your job is not very formal. Another way to easy and cool to use the shades of the season is combining with jeans or neutral colors such as white or black.
Beyond the most basic cotton fabrics, used in blazers and slacks, it is still possible to find the candy colors on most items, with lace, ruffles and asymmetrical up transparencies, three references which marked the main parades of international brands and should get over here too. The inspirations in the ballet also mark your space in this bet candy colors and delicate. The modern dancer enters on a daily basis, Demystifying the feminine style.
The dulcet tones do not appear only trends for clothes, shoes and accessories, but also in glazes. Many brands have already launched their collections with pastel colors such as blue, Aqua and pink.