This Fashion Blogger Shows Us 5 Ways To Wear The P...

This Fashion Blogger Shows Us 5 Ways To Wear The Pantone Color Of The Year

Combining colors from our wardrobes to express our personal styles is one of the keys to building our daily outfits. But this year, there is one color that sartorially stands out. Ultra Violet shows us an original, tasteful purple shade that energizes its space. For this reason, Pantone stated that this is “a symbol of experimentation and non-conformity, spurring individuals to imagine their unique mark on the world, and push boundaries through creative outlets.” Quite inspiring, isn’t it? Well, for Parisian blogger Gitta Banko, the 2018 color of the year is an opportunity to amp up her chic day-to-day looks.

Check out 5 ways on how to incorporate Ultra Violet into your outfits according to Gitta below.

1. Casual Tee + Belt + Skirt + Clutch Bag

Going for a subtle way on adding the color of the year on your outfit? Simply accessorize with an ultra violet handbag and you’re good to go.


2. Oversized Sweater + Scarf + Flared Jeans + Beanie + Boots + Handbag

If you’re looking to wear color to a regular cozy day out, go monochrome and layer with a beanie and scarf on top to elevate your ensemble.

scarf and handbag

3. Leather Jacket + Button Down Top + Denim Jeans + Stilettos

An ultra violet leather jacket would transform the casual cool girl look into a whole new level. Keep things comfortable by pairing it with denim jeans and a breathable button down. And if possible, match your shoes with your jacket.

leather jacket

4. Blouse + Co-Ords + Pumps

Because a killer pantsuit would never go out of style, using the ultra violet color in a velvety textile would make you stand out. Complete the look with pumps and get ready to slay.

high fashion

5. Sweater +  Coat + Ripped Jeans + Pumps

Who said you can’t make a statement while feeling comfortable? Just top off a sweater or a shirt with an ultra violet jacket or coat, and you get an instantly elevated outfit.

coat and portfolio bag

Photos via @gittabanko.

Editorial Intern