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Living Coral was announced as the 2019 Pantone Colour of the Year. Each year, the Pantone Colour Institute selects the annual color of the year. Pantone claims to choose the color based on the trends emerging in the fields and industries of arts, technology, fashion, entertainment etc. However, more often than not it is after the colour has been declared that it gains popularity. Remember the sudden popularity rise of Rose Quartz in practically all articles right from clothing, to interior design, to technology? You can thank Pantone for it, which declared it as the color of the year in 2016.
Living Coral is vibrant and at the same time soothing to look at. It reminds one of evening sun setting and the warm shades of orange-pink-red which it casts upon the sky. It embraces you with its coziness. It seems to be a favorite of Priyanka Chopra has often been spotted carrying the color graciously.
Its hues can add brightness to any outfit, and yet maintain a somber and gracious appeal. This combination of sophistication and liveliness is what makes the color so versatile. Here are a few ways you can incorporate it in your clothes:
Bag it up
Coral backpacks look super cute and can add a tinge of brightness to any basic outfit. It is perfect for school/college students, travelers, or those who simply find backpacks more convenient. A coral backpack can make a simple pair of blue jeans and white t-shirt stand out, and makes one look sporty and energetic. For the more formal events, a coral clutch magically transforms a drab dress into a stylish one. Christine Teigen proves that one can never go wrong with white and coral. Her coral clutch accentuates her basic white dress and turns it into a red carpet outfit.
Peach Perfect Dresses
Celebrities across the globe have been donning their coral dresses at red carpet events. It radiates femininity. Coral was Deepika Padukone’s color of choice for the Filmfare Glamour and Style Awards, 2019. Her puffed coral gown was a head turner. From Alia Bhatt’s simple and sweet coral maxi to the dress worn by Priyanka’s Madame Tussauds statute, the colour is everywhere. A pair of stunning heels or a glittery bag can add the missing glamour quotient to a plain coral skater dress or a sheath dress.
Sport the coat!
To make a more bold statement, layer your outfit with a coral coat, blazer, jacket or shrug. Celebrities such as Gigi Hadid, Priyanka Chopra, and Jennifer Lopez have rocked the coral trench coat. They have been even more daring by wearing coral on coral. If you aren’t that brave, you can wear the blushed trench coat or any long coat over a sub-dued colour. Take help from Kate Middleton, who wore a peachish-coral long coat along with a plain beige dress and beige heels. Style the celebrity air port look of a white t-shirt and denim jeans by wearing a fitted coral blazer along with heels in a blushed shade.
Suit Suit Karda!
There is a beautiful elegance that comes with wearing kurtas in the color coral. Whether it is an ordinary cotton kurta, or a detailed embroidered one, its casts its peachy hues on the face of the person wearing it and adds a natural blush. None other than the bubbly and chirpy Alia Bhatt wore a coral kurta with chikankari work along with a white pyjama and embraced the casual ethnic look. Coral kurtas in silkish or chanderi materials are perfect for formal events or festivals when you want to steer clear from festive Indian colors like red and orange, and yet retain a desi richness. Whether it is in a straight or an anarkali style, floor grazing kurtas are in. Pair these long kurtas with Palazzos or ankle length pyjamas in either the same color, or white. If you are not a fan of long kurtas, a short slit peach kurta with a sharara in the same color can be the perfect outfit to wear at any wedding function.
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