A dress makes no sense unless its colour inspires
If you are a really a fashion lover then you must have arranged your cupboard for upcoming winter by now. It is important to keep in mind that in winter you shouldn’t wear bright colours as you wear in summer. But it does not mean that you must have to wear dull colours or totally grey, white, brown or black instead you can play with colours in winter as in summer in fact there is more variety, contrast and combination available in winter as compared to spring or summer, yes, you can wear any colour of your choice but make sure it should be more subdued rather than ostentatious. Or you can opt for soft shades including honeydew, lavender, or spray. As you know colours do speak, they describe your personality, your attitude towards life and world. Here is a brief description of colours that should be used in winter season.
Glossy and sparkly colours: For special event everybody wants to look marvellous. So try shinny colours because special occasions demand exceptional dressing.
Burgundy: Adds glamour to the personality and suits almost on everyone, it will not destroy your look or appearance.
Midnight blue: It is called a tension free colour, you can wear it anywhere, on any occasion without hesitation, it fits to all occasions, events and even during daily routine.
Neutral colours: These colours are called multipurpose, multi occasion colours. These colours are so versatile that they can be combined with other pieces, and they always remain in fashion no matter either its summer, spring, autumn or winter. These colours are used as base for other colours, these colours include white, black, beige, ivory, taupe, grey, although these colours appear to be colourless but yet in many applications these hues often have undertones of colour.
Mood-improving bright: Normally in winters everybody goes for soft colours but if you like to add some brightness to your personality or to your look then you can add bright accessories, like, bags, bangles, scarves, hats, pair of boots, earrings or go for one vivacious item that will become the focus of your outfit. So be clever to maintain the balance.
Prints: prints always look more stylish than a simple one colour, it makes personality more noticeable and fashionable. The best part of prints is to diluting the monotone scheme; try to mix printed items with monotone ones, you can also add various patterns in one look. You can also try floral prints.it is not necessary to follow only traditional colours you can also try your own combinations and contrasts so build your wardrobe wisely and smartly and look most stylish this winter. Good luck!