The cool breath of blue has been stalking catwalks this season and it comes baring fun names such as blue hydrangea, serenity, limpet shell and snorkel, whilst flirting around on pretty lace, crepe and tech savvy mesh.
Who doesn’t want to be wrapped in periwinkle while they dance away this Indian Summer or light up the night by draping themselves in moonstone blue? Homegrown designers have come up with some gorgeous options for day and night that will have you feeling fresh, crisp and modern in a flash. These babies can go turning my brown eyes blue any day.
Above: Take this gorgeous creation from day to night and it will be equally as happy. (silk top and skirt both by Lover, Coach bag and Christian Louboutin heels)
More pale lilac than blue, this baby just wants to party - and who can blame it? It’s made for the dance floor (Toni Maticevski dress and Stuart Weitzman sandals)
How to feel relaxed and elegant at the same time? Choose serenity now in this beautiful pleated number (Tome dress, Karen Walker clutch and Stuart Weitzman sandals)
Take this baby blue mini and comfortable gladiators out on the weekend and watch them work their magic ( Jet Set Diaries dress and custom made K Jacques sandals)
View the full story and more looks on the vogue.com.au page here!
Photographed by Alice Wesley-Smith
Blue is a huge trend for autumn 2013 and is slated to be a hit colour next season as well. Get the heads up on the trend and a lowdown on Alexander McQueen's gorgeous Heroine bag , this season re-imagined in a gorgeous sapphire blue. I play with some gorgeous new season clothes and shoes , including beautiful Ryan Storer jewellery.
Nothing looks more classic with blue than a white silk shirt , a slick of red lipstick and some serious bling. ( Celine top from Land's End store, Nars lipstick in Dragon Girl, Ryan Storer jewellery)
More looks and the full story, including how to win a McQueen bag now up on vogue.com.au here!
photography : Ana Suntay Tanedo
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