Want to welome the New Year with bright colors and lots of positivity? It doesn´t matter if you´re currently braving the dull winter season like I do or you´re lucky to enjoy the warm sunny days, lots of colors and fun rainbows are key to a lovely start of the year.
Modcloth wants to inspired us women to take a leap of boldness this year, achieve our goals and navigate towards our destination by releasing the Color Me collection with lots of bold colors and artistic-inspired prisma prints. They´re made of nice dresses that can be dressed up professionally for the office or dressed down casually for casual events.
I´ve picked four looks which I am sharing here to you, but make sure to go throught the collection yourself and see all the lovely boldness that Modcloth has in store for you.
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1. sky blue dress with rainbow stripes
I love how the sky blue background for the rainbow vertical stripes of this dress mirrors the freshness of the blue sky after the rain accented with a fabulous colorful rainbow. Just wow! Notice that the colors for the accessories are taken from the rainbow.
2. prismatic chevron stripes a-line dress
Zigzag stripe always bounces back as a trend for spring, but for this dress we´re taking the zizagos a step further with this prismatic chevron stripes in jubilee colors. White and silver heels are the perfect polishing for this look, but don´t understate the drama by your toes.
3. artistic print shift dress
I´m into painting right now so it´s only natural that I fall in love with this artistic printed dress mimicking some playful brushstrokes of bright paints. This look is perfect for daytime. Add a black leather jacket if you´re wearing it on a cold evening.
4. Striped dress with watercolor flowers
It´s not just another black and white monochrome, it´s actually a gorgeous update of the striped monochrome. The rainbow print is found around the hem of the dress and is balanced by a bright colored slim belt.
Now over to you, girls, are you into rainbow colors this New Year? Which bold pieces do you love from the above looks?