The beachy, soft blue green called ‘Limpet Shell’ is one of the hot colors for Spring 2016!
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Continuing with our look at colors for Spring 2016, today I’m sharing a look in Limpet Shell. Limpet Shell is the soft green-aqua blue of seaglass, making it a very popular color for beach weddings. But Limpet Shell isn’t just limited to the seaside weddings, it’s a beautiful spring and summer color for nearly any wedding.
If you like this shade, you might also love these dresses in mint and pale blue bridesmaids dresses, as well as these soft green dresses. I’ve paired Limpet Shell here with some soft green and gray accessories, but it can also stand up to punchy colors like yellow, pink, and coral. It’s a wonderful color that can be energizing or soothing depending on how it is combined with other hues.
This maxi bridesmaid dress by Show Me Your Mumu is one of many in that line that perfectly captures the beach chic style. It’s a little bit dressed up, a little bit bohemian, and all-in-all a very versatile style, available in many more shades like cobalt, navy, white, lavender, coral, deep green, and prints as well.
I have a few ideas for how to wear it presented in this collage. I love the look of a slightly neutral, touch of coral lipgloss with this and soft green and gray and neutral accessories that look like they were made from beach-washed stones and taken from natural elements. The colors in the invitation perfectly show how this mix echos all the colors of the ocean waves. Taking cues from the style on the model, I think the subtle makeup and a loose wavy hairstyle shown here is a great fit for this dress. And for florals, can’t you just imagine this dress paired with with a pretty grey-green bouquet of succulents? This dress is really a blank canvas, though, so add any touches you like, whether they be glamorous or earthy!
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