According to Pantone, the Institute of color, ultraviolet is the color of 2018 – the most magnificent and royal shade of violet.
The NY Times jumped on the bandwagon proclaiming "The Future Is... Purple".
If you are wondering why – go check out Vogue's post "Why ultraviolet will be the color of 2018".
And we are glad to support the publications above and suggest you tricks and tips on how to incorporate ultraviolet shade of purple into your outfits... and, perhaps, your daily life.
Ultraviolet color is difficult to pull off if you pair it close to your face, not all skin types work with this shade and it might overwhelm your appearance.
The best way to experiment with ultraviolet is to add this color as accessories or shoes.
Purple shoes will make a great statement when pared with simple outfits: jeans and white T-shirt or shirt, plain monochrome dresses or dresses with a flow print, ideally that have ultraviolet shade in the print – even it is a smallest polka dot.
Part ultraviolet shoes with monochromatic white, beige, blue or black outfits.
Or go bold by pairing your purple beauties with lemon yellow outfit and throw in a purple belt for a classic color block.
If you are feeling extra fashionista, mix in your purple shoes with red or fuchsia pink tones in your outfit.
Match your purple shoes with a purple bag, amethyst jewelry or ultraviolet nail polish and your head-turning look is complete.
Also, remember to add some of ultraviolet to your life and purple yourself inside out!:
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