How To Wear Ultraviolet, Pantone’s Color of 2018
- Jan 17, 2018
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The Spring/Summer 2018 lines of Fashion Week were full of lavender hues, so the Pantone choice for 2018’s color is no surprise. While ultraviolet may be a complex color, incorporating it into your everyday wardrobe doesn’t have to be. Below, we break down how everyone from risk-takers to fashionista beginners can rock the highlighter hue in 2018.
For those who don’t like to stray far out of their comfort zone, pair ultraviolet with basic black or navy pieces. This will allow the ultraviolet piece you choose to be star of your outfit without it being too shocking. These classic black Jimmy Choo booties are professional yet on-trend with a pointed toe to keep your look simple when paired with a bold top. Keeping your bag structured, like this Kate Spade tote, to maintain clean lines. If you have a little more of a fashionista edge to your style but still want to keep to your comfort zone, these Dolce & Gabbana sandals are chic and add just the right amount of edge to your look. This navy Burberry tote will also pair well to add an extra bit of color.
Now for those real fashion risk-takers, feel free to experiment by pairing ultraviolet with shades of red, pink, or green. Red is a statement all its own, so stick to a structured bag like this Kate Spade clutch or a traditional handbag like Fendi in a deeper hue to keep your look in check. If totes are more your style, try this Tory Burch bucket bag. And if you just want to dip your toe into the water, try these Gucci flats with just a touch of green and red.