Deeper Shade of Blue
Navy is currently having a bit of a fashion moment, with designers like Lavin, Marni, Calvin Klein, and Chloe all gracing the catwalk in deep navy outfits. Navy pieces have always been a staple in any woman's wardrobe, but this season its time to get out the deep navy pieces from your wardrobe or buy something new to keep up with this trend. Unlike most trends this is something that you will continue to wear whatever the season. A champion of Navy garments is Kate Middleton, who on numerous occasions can be seen wearing the colour, even choosing it for her engagement photographs with Prince William a few years ago.
Other Celebrities who can't seem to stop wearing Navy are Jennifer Lawrence, Helen Mirren, Victoria Beckham and Gwyneth Paltrow who can be seen below in a mix of navy creations.
We here at Libby London have a variety of Navy creations to tempt you with this season. How about this elegant Fowey fully reversible Coat for work occasions or an event this autumn/winter:
Libby London Fowey Coat - £239.00
Libby London Grove Navy Marl - £195
We love the back detail on this Grove Navy Marl dress, an elegant and stylish choice for work.
Libby London Danby - £180
A beautiful 1950's inspired dress in a brighter Navy if you don't want to go down the deep blue route. Perfect for work of for an up and coming event.
Libby London Beaulieu Navy - £90.00
If you don't want to wear a full navy outfit how about adding just a flash of navy with this shirt?
Remember Navy garments are a wardrobe staple and that it's a practical colour for workwear and for up and coming occasions.
Team Libby London xx
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Recently, members of the Libby team have been putting their sewing skills to good use by volunteering to make personal protective equipment (PPE) for the NHS.
In particular, fluid repellent gowns for our local Royal Brompton Hospital, upcycled from old theatre drapes. The volunteering scheme is led by The Fashion School's Caroline Gration and staff at the Royal Brompton hospital and is situated at Kensington and Chelsea College (KCC).