12 Ways To Wear Summer's Trendiest Color

Picasso may have painted his masterpieces a century ago, but that didn't stop designers from resurrecting his blue period for the ultimate spring '15 mood board. Whether it's the midnight navy that took command at Céline, Derek Lam's standout turquoise, or the icy-blue variety that asserted prominence at Rodarte, there isn't a misfire in the bunch.

Now that we've ditched our 50 shades of gray, we're ready for a major color explosion. And, what cooler place to start than with blue? Ahead, we picked out the season's essentials in our new favorite hue and threw some bold Maybelline beauty finds in the mix. You can sport 'em alone or all together for a monochromatic creation that'll send your all-black ensembles to the wintry past where they belong. Channeling Picasso has never been more chic.
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Ease out of your black standbys with a deep-navy dress. Bonus points if you can ditch the tights!
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The metallic detailing only makes these pastel sandals even more epic. Who says silver and gold don't go together?
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With turtleneck season behind us, it's time to add crew and boatneck sweaters into your rotation.
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Whether you press this pigment over your eyelid for all-over color or test it out as eyeliner, this electric shade is going to P-O-P.
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These comfy trainers are anything but normcore in a bold, blue hue.
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Sneak in the trendy color with minimalist accessories.
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Turquoise can be really intimidating, but you can easily tone down the fierce factor by choosing an option in a fun print.
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This ash-blue shade is everything, and it only gets better on a luxe leather tote.
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Slip on these blue shades when you need to block out the haters sun.
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This track jacket is a necessity if you plan on hitting the gym — or not.
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A powder-blue skirt in a '60s silhouette? Yes, please.
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No one will miss these statement-making ear cuffs.
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