Some colors just seem to fit better with certain seasons. The deep blue of this Fashionista’s skirt just screams winter to me. A lot of people shy away from pairing black and blue together, but personally I find this to be an outdated approach. Together these colors work well to create a rich and deep winter palette. I also love the balance of items in this Fashionista’s outfit. The flowy, relaxed skirt contrasts nicely with the structured leather jacket, each half complementing the other nicely. She added in some fun accessories to keep the look modern and stylish. I especially love her ombre necklace and think that it is a fun take on what can sometimes be an overwhelming trend.
There are tons of ways that you can work winter blue into your outfit, whether you are looking for a pop of color or want to embrace the color combo like this Fashionista did. If you are looking for a more dressed up approach that you could wear into the holiday season, this Tibi dress would be fantastic, and it can easily transfer from day to night if you find yourself pressed for time as this busy season wears on. If you still find yourself shying away from this bold color palette there are more subtle ways to approach this trend. Trying throwing this beautiful blue scarf over a little black dress to add some color and a fun twist to a classic look. If you like that idea but need something a little more dressed up for a holiday party, swap out the scarf for this statement necklace to add some glitz and glam to your look.
Whether you're going shopping for some holiday presents or hitting up a New Year's party, winter blue is a great color choice that feels festive and wintery without being too cliché of a holiday color.