I myself like dresses in light colors like yellow, pink, blue to get soothing effect in the scorching sun. Which colors are hubbers fond of in spring?
I'm considering going neutral this spring, I think sometimes you might pop out more agianst all the flowers and green as apposed to clashing up against it with prints and florals
Thought guys like ladies in red lol ... fave colors are pastels,
Newest colors are soft, kind-of-subtle lavender, peach or orange, silver, yellow, taupe. Sherbert-y, and draped.
I'm still stuck on camis, only now I'm thinking ruffled and babydoll where the seam is right under the bust line.
lol! I've been wearing denim shirts and jeans--yawn. I need a 'what not to wear' makeover.
I hate having to get dressed. It just reminds me of how old and saggy I am.
I like to wear kind of pastel colors. Especially like light pinks, purples, and blues and I LOVE wearing capri's. I like to save the fun colors like hot pink, bright blues, and reds for summer! Gosh... all this talk about spring makes me wish it would come sooner! Here in Georgia it might as well be spring. Its like 60 almost 70 something. Been like this all winter just about.
I'm with you on your color choices. Spring is when I enjoy pulling something bright, cheery and often pastel-ish out of the closet.
I actually created a color palette for Spring colors in my Spring hub. My favorite colors to bring out are pastel green and light blue. I'd like to also get better at wearing some pink shirts because I think pink on a guy (when properly done!) can be tasteful.
Although my favorite season is Spring, and although my favorite colors (for decorating or other non-apparel purposes) are pale, muted, mauves and greens; my Spring clothing involves a switch from mid- to dark- neutrals with white to lighter shades of neutrals and white for Spring and Summer. Boring, I know; but I like to think of it as the "solid" part of my nature that doesn't change with the weather. (It's better to think of it that way than to face the fact that I'm plain, old, boring as an individual. )
I was born in the winter , however Spring is my favorite time of year.
The colors that I like to wear are pastels Lavenders. lighter shades of green as well as
multi shades of white and lighter shades of blue. Dresses are what I wear 98% of the time through the spring into summer, Capris come second , I am more of the classic type of person.
I love green, I think that's going to be my spring color of '09. I saw a gorgeous leaf green trenchcoat at H&M, but unfortunately, didn't buy it. I also love lime green.
I think this season is going towards lighter, more pastel colors, so I'll try and incorporate that in. I love light blues.
And of course, I'll be bringing back some of my sunshine yellows from fall!
I'm thinking clothes today, because I'm going to buy some... I'm thinking this cool shade of Coastal Blue has got to be it for spring/summer pants... I'm just so sick of Khaki, I'm looking for other shades. The blue, and maybe a Cement--sort of grey/brown...
D*mn, I didn't (and probably won't) get to wear my trench--but that's AZ for you.
Well everyone that knows me will expect me to say black, as almost everything I own has a black edge to it, or is actually black.
But in spring after a cold winter, for around 2 weeks of decent sunny weather I head to the few pastel garments that I do own. Lemon, pink, apricot, apple green and white, I love white with a good tan.So in spring a spray tan, makes you feel summer is here.
lighter colours-feminie florals -lightweight fabrics.
P.S Any tips on what to wear to a 2:30 pm wedding?
I mix and match a lot...white, cream, fuschias, blues, greens, pinks and black. And, naturally, red.
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