Allure Tips: Dress up bright and beautiful
With the party season upon us and the various fashion weeks taking place one after the other, it’s been a season of great designs with colours bright and beautiful.
And the colours are never too much, as long as they are bright and beautiful. It’s been a season of colourful prints and floral blooms.
However, your dress could also be in one plain colour, like these lovely dresses adorned here by our favourite celebrities.
We see Toke Makinwa every now and then at events slaying in different eye- popping dresses. However, we find this orange floor length dress very different.
Orange is the colour of vitality, warmth and flamboyance. As a result, it could be attention demanding. If it is, who else can pull it off better than the OAP herself?
Green is lively and radiant, the colour of nature and the environment. Green is a colour of elegance and beauty and it is the colour most associated with springtime, freshness, fertility as well as envy.
Hot, hot red!
Red symbolizes strong emotions; love, desire, passion and danger. It is the colour of war as well as the colour of Valentine. Very exciting, it is believed that a girl in red looks not only looks prettier, but also gets easily noticed than one in any other colour. Would you have missed Stephanie Okereke Linus in this elegant red dress?
Blue is the colour of peace, confidence and security. Blue also symbolizes calm, peace and spirituality. On the negative side, it symbolizes depression.
In this blue, thigh high slit dress, our model sure oozes confidence.
Child like innocence is one of the many things that the colour pink symbolizes. It also stands for love, romance tenderness and calm. It is a girl’s colour and so, it symbolizes femininity. Doesn’t Omawumi I look it?
What a joy to behold a yellow colour! It signifies joy, happiness, imagination, hope, and sunshine. What a sunshine Osas Ajibade looks here! Yellow also symbolizes summer, friendship, and on the flip side, cowardice, deceit and hazard.
Although Bisola Aiyeola may not be royalty, this lovely satin dress confers on her that honour. Purple stands for royalty, nobility, wisdom. It is also believed to connote arrogance. On the flip side, purple stands for mystery and magic.
By JEMI EKUNKUNBOR