This week, I've curated a few of the similarities I've seen in the blue, green and yellow color trends.
|Images via designer Nicholas K and From Me to You.|
|Images via Elene Cassis and Olympic Hue News.|
The hint of an Asian influence above or a strong Chinoiserie bloodline below offers a striking silhouette on and off the runway.
|Images via Chinoiserie Chic and Carlos Miele.|
I love the watery blues paired with lime!
|Images via Luca Luca and Baylor Says.|
For a more dramatic colorway, I find chartreuse absolutely fabulous with black! I would love to own both the decadent dress and parlor below. Chartreuse updates each of these classic designs.
|Images via Mode Avenue Paris and Coburn Architecture & Interiors.|
Below, chartreuse is at its best as a pop of vivid color in a modern design.
|Images via Panache and Passion and Pics Decor.|
Don't let the pale players fool you. A touch of vanilla is so elegant, and with unexpected shots of black it can be definitely playful.
|Images via Calvin Klein and Cote de Texas.|
Just give me yellow, and I'm in a happy mood. The flirtly little dress (below) is as cheerful as the tone in the dining space. The styling of the artwork with the nibble-worthy centerpiece is perfection!
|Images from Tibi via Living Flashily and Brabourne Farm.|
Oh, there is more to come. We'll see the neutrals like black, white, taupes and grays in future posts. I'm hooked and can't stop now.