Sunday, September 16, 2012

New York Fashion Week Spring 2013: Orange, Our Favorite Trend

"Whether it's a hot coral or a pale sherbet shade, full-on or just used as an accent, orange stands out amongst a sea of white and black looks for spring" ~ NM Daily
Street Style Scene at the Spring 2013 Shows
Some of the most prominent trends from the Spring 2013 preview collections included muted florals, tons of stripes, relaxed silhouettes, white-on-white outfits and lots of orange.
Chado Ralph Rucci
Over the years, orange has grown in popularity and acceptance among designers and consumers alike, encouraging those who were once shy about using bold colors to give them a chance by pairing them with versatile neutrals to exude a more subtle confidence.

Diane Von Furstenberg
 Besides, orange (tangerine tango, was chosen Pantone's Color of the Year for 2012, so it's definitely that orange will remain popular in 2013.
Victoria Beckham
Orange is a fun yet tough color to get right. Try to find the shades that best combine with your skin tone.
Diane von Furstenberg
Pair orange with other warm colors or cool shades such as teal or turquoise.
Rachel Zoe
Orange is a surprisingly versatile color and makes a striking statement.
Peter Som
Our favorite eco-chic look: Osklen who uses eco friendly materials in their collections.
You can also embrace orange through accessories that will allow you to instantly brighten up your look. Take a look at our Amazon Rainforest necklace in orange and pink.
Irma Guzman Eco Jewelry
Michelle necklace
Irma Guzman Eco Jewelry
Carmen, tagua nut bracelet, a chic row of tagua nut rectangles with natural markings and striations that make each bracelet unique.
Irma Guzman Eco Jewelry
Our Frida earrings are just fun and flirty, they feature tagua nut petals, geometric shaped brass beads, and Chinese-inspired coins on both sides of each tagua petal.
Irma Guzman Eco Jewelry
Cartagena necklace in orange and pink,is composed of tagua nut petals with exotic shapes and vibrant colors which make it very chic and feminine while staying on the right side of sustainability.
Irma Guzman Eco Jewelry

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