Posts Tagged ‘cobalt’

Clothing, Heroes and Celebrities

Mark Ronson dons blue jacket from Topman

By admin on May 21st, 2009

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Mark Ronson was snapped recently out and about in London looking particularly colourful in a bright cobalt jacket.

Good news for fashion fans on a budget, he isn’t sporting a designer label; after a chat with the paps Ronson apparently divulged that his jacket was in fact from high street staple Topman! Cobalt blue makes a hot statement and is an easy colour to add to an existing wardrobe. What do you think? Tell us on our Twitter or our Facebook wall!

Edited to add -We spoke to the Topman press office and they told us this: “No it is brand spanking new, not even in store yet he spotted it when he was at our New York press day, it is due in store the first week of June”

[Photo: Will Alexander/WENN.com]



knitwear

French Connection’s vivid blue cashmere jumper

By admin on August 11th, 2008

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My new favourite colour is a rich dark blue that falls somewhere between cobalt and navy. Not as obvious as a bright Yves Klein blue but not as trad as straight navy, the colour looks great with the remainders of a tan.

French Connection
‘s new cashmere range includes a gorgeous crew neck in this exact shade for £85. Use it to pep up a wardrobe of neutrals, the slim fit is flattering and wont give any excess bulk to your silhouette. Block colours will also look good with the blue, try out a vivid orange or coral, dove grey or lemon yellow.



Coats & Jackets

Burberry Prorsum and Full Circle bold navy jackets

By admin on July 31st, 2008

burberry prorsum mac double breasted full circle matches navy blue cobalt.jpgBurberry’s double breasted jacket is such a captivating shade of blue. The luminous shade is midway between a navy and a cobalt and really draws the eye in without being too attention-grabbing. Unfortunately with a £1,018 pricetag there aren’t many people who will be able to actually afford it. Full Circle’s mac which comes in at £170 may not be the same luxurious blend of wool and cashmere but the colour is spot on and the fit is good.




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