Orange is a hot, strong and energetic colour that represents hues from Spring’s bright palette. It’s no wonder why fashion houses including Vena Cava, Prada, Cacharel, Diane von Furstenberg, and Versace named orange the Ambassador of 2011’s Statement Colours.
Orange is universal taking into consideration the fact that it matches both sporty clothes and evening ethereal dresses. This means, the orange lovers can wear it 24 hours a day (and night). See: Emmy Rossum, Camilla Belle, Kim Kardashian, and Amy Adams. Polished with such a pop of statement colour, these ladies gave their looks major juice with a trendy flair.
Having replaced red from the classic colour leadership, orange promises to match every skin type. The hint is: the paler you are, the more pastel shade of orange you ought to choose. Fortunately, there are many orange hues to choose: clementine, marigold, mandarin, burnt orange. I have a darker complection so I didn’t hesitate to go for a mandarin orange mini skirt from Zara.
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