Yed & Rellow
Red and yellow are two beautiful colours that go together as well as eggs and tomato sauce. I find it delicious but for some, it may just induce vomiting. If you’re as fearless as I am, I have shared a simple recipe with you to try it out.
These two colours have grown on me over the last few months. These primary colours have transformed my usually, all black wardrobe, into a playground. Almost every yellow item I’ve seen, I’ve had to purchase and my new go-to lipstick is the deep and matte Russian Red by MAC.
Since the bright and expressive 80’s. Yellow has been a colour that has been rarely seen in fashion, the complete opposite to red, it is a colour that has been avoided and bullied by the fear of “standing out too much”, as if that is even an issue? I love to be the sunflower in the daisy field! And that may just be the reason yellow has caught my attention. It also happens to be the colour that expresses happiness, pure, blissful and unquestionable happiness and I have always loved to express myself through my choice of attire and colours I choose to wear.
If I ever had to describe myself as a colour, I would most definitely be a bright yellow.
Finding a yellow items of clothing has proven to be difficult, though South Africa has drastically upped its trend game, I still see us falling far behind in the scene. I am not talking about English mustard yellow or a banana yellow. I am talking runny, free range, egg yolk yellow!
I see yellow becoming one of the most wanted colours for our wardrobes in 2019.
Red! Sounds like an alarm, tastes like velvety wine and has been known to be the most popular colour in the fashion world and was one of the favourite colours worn this year at both NY and London fashion week.
It also just so happens to be the colour of love and I feel just that towards it, so much lustful love. Red is a powerful & wealthy colour that works wonderfully with black, navy blue and green. It adds a sense of sexy to every outfit, unless you’re me, carrying around a cherry red, tin lunch box as a handbag (I have a yellow one too). Red, may just be the most popular colour in fashion because it looks fierce as fuck on everyone and is also known to be one of the first colours ever used in history, dating back to times in ancient Egypt.
It’s safe to say that red will stay popular in the style scene this winter, summer & most likely, for many years to come.
♥Red is the colour at the end of the visible spectrum of light, next to orange and opposite violet. It has a dominant wavelength of approximately 625–740 nano-metres