Light Blue for the 50’s, 60’s, & 70’s: Paired with White
Quote of the Day: “A warm smile is the universal language of kindness.” William Arthur Ward
I read that blue is the #1 favorite color of all people. Maybe that’s why blue jeans are so popular all over the world? Blue tends to be easy to wear and you can combined it with all other clothing/colors. In fact, if you check your closet right now I bet you have many light blue pieces. Maybe my family is strange (understatement), but all three of us seem to have an abundance of the color. So I suggest to throw it on and try some different color mixes with us! Now today’s light blue and white combination may not be a very unique combination but it’s a great place to start!
50’s Light Blue (Sweater): I just finished knitting this sweater about a month ago. I was so happy it actually fit (for those of you who knit, you know what I mean). Since it doesn’t have buttons or any kind of closure, I used one of my dad’s old cuff links to hold it together.
60’s Light Blue (T-Shirt): White jeans are such an easy way to make any other color stand out! We added a print blouse & ombre scarf for interest, and she’s good to go!
70’s Light Blue (Trousers): So I’m not a huge fan of elasticized waistbands on trousers, but the material looks almost linen like and they actually fit mom well. Thus, I didn’t fight her about keeping them in her wardrobe. I did warn you that my mother has an owl fetish, right?
What’s your favorite color combination with light blue?
Photography by Kari Strand Photography
For your shopping pleasure, I hunted down some light blue jewelry