Sky blue is a pale tint of azure, one of the pastel colours. It is the colour of the sky and the sea. It is often associated with depth and stability. It symbolizes trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, intelligence, faith, truth, and heaven. Blue is considered beneficial to the mind and body. It slows human metabolism and produces a calming effect. Blue is strongly associated with tranquillity and calmness. As opposed to emotionally warm colours like red, orange, and yellow; blue is linked to consciousness and intellect. It is a masculine colour. Sky blue is associated with health, healing, tranquillity, understanding, and softness. Since it is the colour of the day for the eighth day of Navratri, we are here to give tips to captivate the gazes and make the Blue hues work for you.
Blue being a primary colour works best for a monochrome look, which means styling an outfit using only one colour. This idea seems basic but when executed correctly, appears modern and chic. Utilizing only one colour lengthens and streamlines the body, so it is a perfect style for people with heavy bodies.
Sky Blue jeans and White shirt, tee or a short kurti or vice-versa, is classic as both smart and casual wear, paired up with comfy shoes or head-turning heels. This is the most basic yet stylish attire to walk gorgeously through the crowd.
Blue on Blue
Contrast dark blue jeans with a light blue front slit long kurti and voila! Any other style of the sky blue upper will do the job as well.
Whole schmear Blue Hue
The simplicity of a pleated, chiffon, sky blue saree paired with a navy or carnation pink blouse is bound to make a powerful style statement or an all blue ankle-length flared dress with comfy flat sandals for chic girls will knock everyone's socks down.
For girls, who are in love with the ethnic look, can pair up their beautiful classy black/ violet skirts with the contrasting sky blue crop top, accessorizing with bold oxidised jewellery and flat footwear to complete the look. Can't wait to turn the heads.