Purple has a bohemian feel this fall. To work the shade, try wearing a lilac blazer in a comfortable fabric like velvet. Pair with brown slacks (pants) and a brown turtleneck for a sophisticated look, or adorn with vintage-inspired pins for a funkier effect.
Purple clothing and lingerie especially is very elegant on a woman. It adds so much personality and fun to a woman who is comfortable being bright. Some might think of the color-purple as a very dull or a bright one, but it all depends on the combination skill. Almost every color would go in contrast to purple; even the funkiest yellow adds beauty to the personality when added with jet deep purple. The color can be easily combined with some prominent shades such as sea green, sky blue, hot pink, grey, cement, beige, black, and white.
Purple is always associated with royalty.
A wide variety of purple shades are wearable; amethyst, eggplant, indigo, lavender, lilac, magenta (fuchsia), mauve, mulberry, orchid, plum, pomegranate, puce, royal, thistle, violet, wine. It’s a much exaggerated color which is confined to woman’s body like it was made for her. Slim women are suggested to lighter tones where as healthy/chubby women should go for deep shades of it.
Purple could be elegantly used for bridal dresses. A fine embroidered work with a mixture of colors with silver on the floor color purple would be too amazing to wear. Be it saari, bridal gown, kurti, top or even a simple long shirt with pants, purple surprisingly adds beauty and elegance to all of them.
It is important to consider funky styles to get your purple dress stitched. Imagine for a while, a Cadbury purple colored gown, with a turtle-neck , a long panel of embroidery from the top left going straight to the bottom containing colors like, silver, beige, pink, lime green and a fine blue. How about that? One word for that imagination, ‘mind-blowing!’
So, pretty ladies, add everything to your look, from beauty to confidence, by just one simple technique, that is; PURPLE. Do not forget to have a tidy soul along with the royalty of the color.
By: falaknaz ( Guest Writer)