Colour of the Month - Navy Blue
Welcome to Claybourn's newsletter series, "Colour of the Month", where we discover and understand how to style colours from our latest collection. 
This week's colour is -- Navy! 

Navy, the iconic colour in fashion takes many forms, calm, neutral and versatile.

The term "navy" as a colour name originated from the British Royal Navy, which used this dark blue shade for its official uniforms since the 18th century. It has since become a popular colour for many other navies as well.
Let's have a look at how Navy blue is used in different art forms:

Navy colour is often considered a neutral colour because of its versatility and ability to complement a wide range of other colours. It pairs well with neutrals like white and beige, as well as other bold colours like red.
Interior design
Navy blue carries visual weight, making it a great colour choice for creating focal points or anchoring a room, drawing attention to specific areas.
Fashion design
Navy color is associated with qualities such as authority, stability, and professionalism. as well as in formal attire, to convey a sense of confidence and trust.
How to style Navy-coloured clothes?

Navy blue, being a versatile and neutral colour, pairs exceptionally well with various wardrobe pieces, allowing you to achieve the ultimate style.
For instance, when combined with a flexible flow skort, it offers a fashion-forward option that effortlessly transitions from a casual day out to a few rounds of tennis.
Whether you prefer neutral or bold colours, the navy blue skort provides the perfect canvas to express your unique personal style.
Denim jackets have played a significant role in the success of navy blue, it is a fashion staple by themselves.
Their neutral blue shade makes them the perfect layering companion for any outfit. You can effortlessly elevate your style by pairing a denim jacket with a light-colored t-shirt, creating a classic casual look.
Alternatively, for those chilly winter days, our absolute favourite ensemble is a cosy hoodie layered under a denim jacket, balancing comfort and style without compromising on any side.
Sometimes less is more.
With a classic colour like navy blue, you don't really do much for a nice outfit. If you are dressing subtly, have similar shades of navy blue or you may stand out by making good use of contrasting colours such as an orange beanie or sneakers.

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