Clothes that won’t make you feel blue
Often fashionistas claim that nude is the new black, but for me, even blue works equally well. The color navy blue is considered to be a neutral like black, white, or tan but people often overlook it. Since it goes with virtually any other color, that’s why it is considered a neutral. You can dress it up for formal occasions or dress it down for casual events.
Something like a cotton pull on navy skirt would be great too because it can go with any top you own. Check out this Miss Popularity comfy, stretchy 98% cotton and 2% spandex blended skirt. It features button and zip close along with faux flap-front pockets. The back welt pocket adds to the style and is useful for keeping your pens or phones at work.
The no-gap contoured waistband gives you a beautiful fit while the center back vent for added ease ensures comfort. The versatile blow-knee length makes it a perennial favorite for both work and fun. Made extra popular with our stretchy and stain-resistant cotton blend this skirt is perfect for everyday use. Here are a few looks that you can try with it-
- A crisp white satin or linen blouse for work
- A casual frilly top for fighting the Monday blues
- You can also wear it with sleek halter necks or ruffled tops for dates and semi-formal occasions
Also, check out this blue slash and dash parka Columbia parka for weatherproof protection and versatility. It features a waterproof breathable shell jacket is made from durable Kolon Twill nylon. The jacket is coated with Omni-Tech and has a critical seam sealed for dependable waterproof performance.
The jacket can be paired with jeans, skirts, leggings, etc. It keeps you toasty warm with the inner liner made of polyester taffeta and quilted with Microtemp insulation. The multiple pockets give safe storage for goggles, iPod and snacks.