The turquoise trend has been turning heads recently, adding a tropical twist to both summer and fall pieces in all areas of fashion. Below are five items to use as an inspiration on how to incorporate this bold shade of aqua into your wardrobe today and for the weeks and months to come.
Jeans are one of the most basic staples of any wardrobe. Because of their variability in color, material, patterns, and shape, they are the perfect way to incorporate current trends into any outfit. These Guess? jeans have a lot going for them when it comes to today’s trends. While the fabrication includes stretchy spandex and the fit screams skinny jeans, the most obvious craze these jeans stand for is their toned-down turquoise hue.
Whether it is a cool night at a beach resort or a chilly morning at the office, this tweed blazer by Alice + Olivia proves that we can all be reminded of beach weather even when the temperature does not agree. This cropped top, boxy jacket fits right in to the current trending shape for outerwear. In addition, the Italian fabric mixed with raw edges gives it’s wearer the hard-to- accomplish professional yet laid back vibe.
Turquoise has not only been seen in articles of clothing, it has also been popping up in all areas of accessories. Good Charma, for example, uses a mix of gold and turquoise to create this bohemian inspired bracelet. Perfect for any occasion, this bracelet will definitely add flare (and good karma) to your everyday look.
Michael Kors has been using shades of turquoise in his leather accessories recently. The color of this clutch combined with the texture of the leather gives your night out a little extra flavor. That flavor, of course, is a little bit like a beachside pina colada.
If all else fails and you cannot find any turquoise pieces you want to add to your outfits, go for this Burberry umbrella. The colors, pattern, and use of the wooden duck handle all work together to prove that turquoise may be trending now, but it can also play a big role in some of the most classic items.