I have always liked the color orange. As a person with brown skin, it adds such a warming glow. The color, in general, suits everyone because it can warm up anyone’s skin. However, it is most flattering on those with warm undertones. So, dressing up in this color is definitely perfect for everyone.
With that said, let me style the color orange in five different fashion aesthetics:
This aesthetic requires long, loose-fitting, flowy dresses, and skirts. Aside from that, you can also incorporate puffy sleeves and handcrafted accessories. So, I recommend a light orange floral babydoll dress. And, accessorize accordingly with the aesthetic.
Grunge is particularly famous due to its wholly androgynous outfits. It invokes a sort of edge to their personality. I recommend wearing a black long-sleeved top, an orange cropped top, a pair of baggy high-waisted jeans, and platform boots. Aside from that, accessorize with layered necklaces, rings, stud earrings, and silver chains.
Recently, this aesthetic appeals to me more due to its comfort and individuality. So, if you enjoy streetwear, grab a sleeveless ribbed crop top, a pair of utility cargo pants, a cropped sleeveless puffed vest, and orange Nike dunks. Aside from that, accessorize with a utility bag, silver necklace, and studs.
This aesthetic, on the other hand, is the one that made me love dressing up. An orange Velma-esque long-sleeved knitted turtleneck, tennis skirt, and a pair of platform loafers may look the best. Grab a backpack, gold accessories, and a black blazer for the academia aesthetic.
Baddies deserve to look bright in orange, too. So, grab an orange slip dress, a pair of strappy stilettos, gold accessories, and an oversized black blazer. It’s perfect for every baddie out there!
So, what do you think about the color orange? Let me know if you like the outfits in five different fashion aesthetics.
Angela Grace P. Baltan has been writing professionally since 2017. She doesn’t hesitate to be opinionated in analyzing movies and television series. Aside from that, she has an affinity for writing anything under the sun. As a writer, she uses her articles to advocate for feminism, gender equality, the LGBTQIA+ community, and mental health among others.