Try This Trend: Miley Cyrus, Rashida Jones + More Tackle Bright, Bold Blues
Even celebs get the blues. And right now, bright, deep and attention-seeking blue shades -- like cornflower, cobalt and electric -- are everywhere. Examples? Miley Cyrus donned a bright but airy blue Pucci ensemble in NYC, while actress Rashida Jones rocked a leather skirt that appeared purplish-blue.
You can't be a shrinking violet (which, we might add, is also in the blue family) when wearing bold blue hues, but there's a variety of ways to try the blue trend.
Cyrus is a fashion magnet -- that is, we're drawn to her, even when she's wearing strange, weird or hideous ensembles. This Pucci two piece was as ladylike as we've seen from her in a while, and the color played up her baby blues. If you've got the same eye color, this hue is for you.
Leather is the fabric of the summer, and actress Jones paired a purple-blue leather mini with black and white stripes -- proving the color really does go with anything.
'The Heat' star chose a rich cobaltish hue for her pantsuit. If you are a devotee of basic black, this shade allows you remain in the dark color family and stay in your fashion comfort zone, all the while branching out a little.
'The Voice' social media correspondent -- yes, that's a job in 2013, millennials -- went bright and tight. Her clingy, cornflower dress popped against her dark skin tone, so if you're lucky enough to have skin with that same richness and depth, this is the shade for you.
Once upon a time, 'The O.C.' alum was a fashion darling -- but she fell on hard times. Still, this deep blue frock was modern and youthful on her, and proves the shade works with all cuts and personal styles.
The 'iCarly' star's two-piece dress was all kinds of flirty, thanks to the color and peplum'ish waist. This gradation is prime for those of you with porcelain complexions.
The Karmin singer's patterned body-con dress played up and accentuated her curves. You can also wear cobalt shades with black, like so, and look smashing -- like so.