Cobalt Blue is a Necessity for Winter 2015-16

Cobalt blue makes a bold statement this winter causing Kontrol Magazine to name the color a must-have for the season.  Top designers have sent the color down the runway creating a buzz for 2015-2016 color trends. We’ve even seen stars like Sanaa Lathan rocking the color for her cover shoot with Kontrol Magazine.  In general, bold colors are big this winter.  Take a look at some trending items in the vivid hue and see the designers that feature the color in their autumn/winter 2015-16 collection.

 

As you can see, cobalt blue is great for making a bold statement this winter.  By adding any of these pieces to your wardrobe, you will remain on trend and prepared for the season.

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Alice + Olivia uses a cobalt blue embroidered suit and patterned dress for their autumn/winter 2015-16 collection.

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Jeremy Scott sends a cobalt blue long sleeve romper down the runway for their autumn/winter 2015-16 show.

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Bold, cobalt blue coat and leather pants by Derek Lam

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H&M sends a patterned pants suit down the runway of their autumn/winter 2015-16 show.

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H&M also debuts a bedazzled cobalt blue sleeveless mock-neck top with a matching hat on the runway.

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J Mendel reveals a sequin wrap dress as a part of his autumn/winter 2015-16 collection.

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DKNY features a bold cobalt blue pea coat for their autumn/winter 2015-16 collection.

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Photo Credit: Vogue.co.uk

Marsha Badger

Freelance writer, fashion enthusiast and owner of MarshBar's Closet, Marsha Badger offers her spin on what's trending in the fashion industry. The Brooklyn native specializes in showing you how to look good for less. Specializing in event coverage, celebrity interviews and guidance on how to recreate celebrity looks, Marsha proudly contributes her insight to Kontrol Magazine.