The colour that the year 2020 is rocking is the marigold yellow. It is supposedly the new black and the actresses of B-town are taking the craze for the colour a notch higher. From Gen Z yellow to marigold, the shades of yellow have always been the choice in the fashion circles. The positivity that circles marigold is refreshing.
Slaying in marigold
The marigold mania is going up and up. The thing about this unique shade is that it automatically uplifts any classic pattern or silhouette, whether you color block it or go tone on tone as per designer Nanki Papneja. The talented designer further adds, “Shraddha Kapoor recently nailed the colour-block look with her pleated marigold skirt, which she paired with a white crop jacket. Deepika Padukone in a feather stitch cocktail kurta with statement earrings looked extremely elegant and would be my second favourite as she pulled off the monotone look just the right way. If a monotone look is too bright for you and you want to play safe, add a marigold scarf or heels with a little black dress to add that spark to an otherwise basic look.”
Indian silhouette and marigold are a perfect match
The beautiful hue of this shade is a predominantly Indian shade and Indian designer’s love this desi shade. Isha Bhanshali, a celebrity stylist who styles the looks of Ayushmann Khurana, Rajkumar Rao and Ali Fazal suggests that keeping the accessories minimal and letting the color speak for itself is the way to go.
Marigold mania : How to sport the look
Marigold is leading it’s way back in the fashion world. The shade is neither too gold nor too mustard. Men and women can rock marigold yellow suits, sweatshirts and oversized shirts. If you are looking to go for a monotone, keep it subtle as the color does all the work.
One thing to keep in mind is not to pair it with dark shades as it will take away from its hue. It will make you look dull. If you really wish to pair it with another shade, go for rust or silver shades.