Color Story: Navy

Amanda/February 19, 2013

It’s kinda like black, only a lot more interesting. Navy goes with everything, and if you play your cards right, it’s a great transitional color to use as we move from the colder months into the warmer ones. It’s a little preppy, and a lot classic. Unlike showy chartreuse, vivid fuchsia, or anything in the whole neon family, it’s a color that has been around as long as color itself. It’s the symbol of a branch of our Armed Forces, in both name and hue, and it’s the perfect color for a blazer, not to mention, timeless stripes. So, we thought today we give a little extra love to one of our favorites, navy.

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