Contributor post by Michelle of EviesToolEmporium
Color trends are a wonderful way to celebrate the seasons!
Seasoned yet season-less, Chili Oil is an earthy brown based red that adds flavorful definition to the spring 2018 palette.
Those driving a VW Beetle for sure have colorful personalities. One can say that they are like a chili oil for the food. Here’s a market bag for a sparkly person in an earthy brown based red shade with brighter red spot pattern. This grocery bag is trendy and will make you stand out in the crowd.
Within the last year we added these cute short skinny scarves. These skinny scarves are a great finishing touch to any outfit. You can wrap this mini scarf around your neck once and tie it loosely or wrap around your neck twice and tie it in a small knot. There are also a multitude of other ways this scarf can be used… such as, hair scarf, purse scarf, wrist scarf or ankle scarf. What a great accessory to add to a wardrobe.
I am an accessory type of gal! I love wearing them year round and love finding items that can easily transition into any season of the year. This enamel painted butterfly (hosting the hot Pantone color of the year, chili oil) can do just that! It’s a fun scarf pendant to wear and an attention grabber for sure!
With the freezing temperatures and snow we have been experiencing in London, I thought there could be nothing better than to knit this chunky hat to not only keep someone looking and feeling hot, but also show off the hot new Pantone colour, ‘Chili Oil’!
It’s such a beautiful deep colour and a shade that will look great with almost any colour, ensuring it is a staple in your wardrobe for years to come!
I used a pure sheep wool to create this lovely hand knitted ribbed, which is both incredibly warm and soft, whilst also giving excellent stitch definition to really show off the pattern beautifully.
So, if you’re feeling chilly, this ‘Chili Oil’ inspired hat will soon get you feeling the heat!
If you’re on Pinterest here is the Chili Oil board!
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