Friday, 01 April 2016 05:40

What colors are in your Spring closet

We suggest some colors to add to your wardrobe this Spring.

Buttercup

Happy and
Sunny Places

Wear a pair of Roll Cuff Denim Overalls, a white tank top, a brown open-toed ankle boots and a buttercup purse/bag and watch

Fiesta

Free Spirit
Explore!

Get a dynamic look by rocking a triad color combo.

Green Flash

Inspired
by Nature

Look open and unique. Slip on green with gold, pink or red.

Iced Coffee

Neutral
Soft & Subtle

I recommend tall suede iced coffee boots with either bare legs or tight jeans

We dropped by our friend Lillian's house for some colorful inspiration this Spring. We were not disappointed!

With a black top and shoes, Lilian explores a color blocking of snorkel blue and fiesta floral patterned skirt with matching jewelry. Find this skirt at Express for a trendy spring look.

Lilac Grey

Edgy
Not So Neutral

Try as nail polish with green, deep blue and black outfit!

Limpet Shell

Elegant
Hello Weddings!

Add to the mix for an elegant and unique bridal entourage and wedding event.

Peach Echo

Warm
and Welcoming

Explore this color with prints (Ankara or Kente).

 

Rose Quartz

Fashionable
Look Elegant

Serenity

Calmness
Gentle and Dependable

Snorkel Blue

Dreams of Summer
Pre-summer getaway
 

Lillian shows off how to explore a triad color combo (green flash, iced coffee and peach echo) with a pattered dress. Because green flash is representative of nature, the plant comes in handy :)

Peach Echo combination with dark brown alter neck dress for a springy lazy day in the house.

What's in your spring closet? Tweet #SpringCloset @myafricanroots @mtibba

 

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Tibba Murungi Kabugu

“I’m a child of Uganda from the kingdom of Ankole, living in Aurora, CO. Engineering Coordinator for a Starwood Hotel. I love film and fashion, aspects of which have influenced a bigger part of my life. Wisdom does not come overnight. So I am still learning.”

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