Blue is a universally flattering, aesthetically pleasing, highly versatile, and easy to style color for every season–at Pavilion, we have an abundance of blue hues to carry us through fall and into winter. From bright and bold to dark and muted, there is a hue for every blue lover out there to be found on our racks. Today we show you our collection of blues and how to style the various hues for fall.
Got the Blues for Blue
Shown Above (right to left): Nili Lotan Isabella Cami in Dark Navy, Cotton Citizen Capri Muscle Tank in Midnight Blue, Enza Costa Cashmere U Cuffed Long Sleeve in Baltic, Enza Costa Viscose Jersey Twist Top in Baltic, AMO Denim Girly Thermal in Cobalt, Saloni Rita Dress in Kiku Midnight, Cara Cara Jazzy Dress in Paisley Emerald, Harris Wharf Volcano Coat in Cobalt, Harris Wharf Technic Trench in Midnight
Shown Above: Harris Wharf Volcano Coat in Cobalt, Enza Costa Cashmere U Cuffed Long Sleeve in Baltic, AMO Denim Girly Thermal in Cobalt
As far as colors go, electric blues dominate our current selection of separates. Bold blues are ideal for layering into fall outfits to add vibrancy and depth. Since electric shades carry such a statement of their own, we like to style them with an outfit that is otherwise monochromatic to really make the tone pop. Pairing a bold blue with sleek, all black separates is a great way to center the color in an outfit.
Shown Above (clockwise from left): Pascale Monvoisin Bowie Necklace in Black, Enza Costa Viscose Jersey Twist Top in Baltic, Illesteva Sterling in Black, Nili Lotan Somer Cardigan in Black, Pavilion Elongated Link Chain Bracelet, Anine Bing Justine Boots in Black, Loulou Studio Lehen Trouser in Black
Shown Above (clockwise): Harris Wharf Technic Trench in Midnight, Nili Lotan Isabella Cami in Dark Navy, Cotton Citizen Capri Muscle Tank in Midnight Blue
On the polar opposite end of the color spectrum, Pavilion also has a plethora of dark and muted midnight blues to offer. These shades of blue make wonderful neutrals and provide a fun departure from black to create looks with. Since they are softer and easier to wear with much less punch than an electric blue, we suggest creating a monochromatic look with tones of dark blues. Pick separates with contrasting textural interests–like slouchy silk charmeuse teamed with laser cut neoprene–to highlight the subtlety in the color, then add sleek dark denim and one more pop of blue on your shoe to polish it off.
Shown Above (clockwise from left): Jen Hansen Y Link Lariat Paperclip Chain Necklace in Yellow Gold, Illesteva Charleston in Navy, Harris Wharf Technic Trench in Midnight, Golden Goose Ball Star in Nappa Leather Bluette, Moussy Vintage Warren Skinny in Dark Blue, Nili Lotan Isabella Cami in Dark Navy