Got the blues? In this case—fashion-forward picks in the hottest color of the season—that’s a good thing.
Ann Taylor Doubleface Peplum Top
This thick and forgivingly stretchy fabric one-ups itself in the figure-flattery game by also creating a shapely, feminine silhouette, thanks to the peplum cut. Also available in black and gray.
To Buy: $60; anntaylor.com.
Bauble Bar Cecelia Drop Earrings
No, they’re not made from the actual stone, but with their range of cerulean hues, these sparklers hit two trends—statement earrings and this gem-inspired tone of blue—right on the nose.
To Buy: $38; baublebar.com.
Banana Republic O-Ring Suede Belt
Color-phobic? Pick a small piece, like this luxe suede belt, to inject just a pop into your wardrobe. (Bonus: Bright blue looks great against neutrals like gray and charcoal). Also available in brown and green.
To Buy: $48; bananarepublic.com.
J. Crew Textured Tweed Pencil Skirt With Fringe
A new twist on an old classic, the raw hem on this tweed skirt sharpens a traditional pencil skirt into a wardrobe-refreshing, work-perfect staple. Also available in black.
To Buy: $88; jcrew.com.
Nine West Omlit Pointy Toe Flats
With a scalloped edge and sleek (read: not over-the-top) studded embellishing, these blue suede flats are a welcome change from basic black ballet pumps. Also available in red and black.
To Buy: $79; ninewest.com.
Nordstrom Tissue Weight Wool & Cashmere Scarf
This super-soft and cozy scarf is the perfect way to perk up drab winter outerwear. Available in 26 other colors.
To Buy: $99; nordstrom.com.
Margaret Elizabeth Reyes Stacking Ring
Ain’t nothing like the real thing, baby. Faceted lapis lazuli takes this delicate band (just right for stacking or mixing and matching with other rings) up a notch.
To Buy: $78; bloomingdales.com.