It’s early 2020, and I am already missing my days as a regional fashion editor. These days are long gone, and I credit them for bringing me to the entrepreneurship track I am following now. But hey, I can always share some fashion content with you in a way to make good practical use of this nostalgia. So this year, I will be bringing to my personal lifestyle blog, the latest in practical fashion, as a way to share how you and I -boss babes- can stay fashionable and stylish while busy building our empires!
For this first report, I am sharing with you the top trending colors of 2020. What I am loving about 2020 colors is that they’re easily styled with a lot of other colors and that 5 out of 7 of them can easily fit our daily business looks. Follow the list below to find out more about the 7 trending colors of 2020, and their styling uses.
1- Scarlet Red: This is the perfect color for breaking the mold and turning heads. Not a day color for most, but can be an amazing choice to make a statement during an event or a date night. It is also perfect to style with your retro makeup or accessories.
2- Biscay Green: Not a regular shade a green, biscay green in its subdued shades can be a perfect choice for smart casual choices. The most intense versions make great summer choices.
3- Chive: A deeper shade of green, chive is for the bold. Despite its strong nature, this color can easily be styled with nudes, as well as shades of black and white.
4- Faded Denim: A classic that made it out to other fabrics than denim, the classy color also makes a great business color that reflects trust especially during interviews and negotiations.
5- Coral Pink: Femininity comes strong this year through coral pink, for no other color can be as soft as this sunset shade, highly recommended for romantic looks.
6- Saffron: Here comes the sun, a little darker, but still very in-your-face! This classy shade of yellow is so versatile and can be incorporate in both day and night looks. Mix it with neutrals by day, and with blacks and gold by night; et voila!
7- White: Here comes the king! Not black this time, but white! Styling white is slightly harder than black because white tends to give volume. So if you are on the more voluptuous side, you might want to mix it with darker colors for balance.
(Photos and info are courtesy of whowhatwear.com)