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8 Ways to Incorporate More Blue into Your Wardrobe

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Have you heard the news? Pantone has designated Classic Blue as the color of 2020! Instead of sticking to just one hue, we're adding all variations of the color back into our closets. From bags and sunglasses to tops and dresses, there are plenty of ways to sport the shade. Below, eight pieces to get you started.

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Tanya Taylor Liz Dress, $495, Sosusu, sosusuboutique.com

Adding versatile options into your closet is crucial. This patterned look can be easily be dressed up or down.

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Jonathan Simkhai Bodysuit, $495, Sosusu, sosusuboutique.com

For dressier evenings, this bodysuit adds just the right amount of flair.

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MZ Wallace Large Metro Tote, $235, Nordstrom, nordstrom.com

Upgrade your gym bag to this spacious and chic option. It has ample room for any workout essentials!

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Tory Burch Fleming Mini Stud, $598, Joseph, josephstores.com

If you prefer a lighter hue, this Tory Burch crossbody is an ideal choice. Carry around just the essentials in this mini bag!

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Melody Top, $245, Sosusu, sosusuboutique.com

We're ready for Spring with this sweet tunic.

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Fendi 58mm Cat Eye Sunglasses, $325, Nordstrom, nordstrom.com

Switch up your shades in 2020 with a pair that adds a subtle touch of color.

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Crawfish Blue and Red Plaid Sport Shirt, $98.50, Perlis, perlis.com

Adding a more vivid shirt into the mix might be the ticket! This plaid style from Perlis feels both modern and classic.

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Marc Jacobs Tag 21 Leather Tote, $350, Joseph, josephstores.com

This bag is not for the faint of heart! A bright pop of aqua will brighten up Winter clothing and transitions well into warmer seasons.