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This year I tried out a little color. If everything is extraordinary, why shouldn't I be too? According to my motto #bold share I tested and shared new outfits. And of course hard-working and even bolder, the compression always appropriately in focus. Anyone who knows me knows that the more colorful and gaudy, the better. This year I was lucky, I started a lymphological rehab in 2020 and was able to achieve great success there. (You can find more details in my highlights on Instagram @lipparitta) That's why I was able to have a few more compressions this year by changing the dimensions. So I can offer you a little more variety. Here you can see the VenoTrain® curaflow from the Bauerfeind company.
So, let's go, let the show begin!
My favorite color in 2020! Ok, it was also in 2019. A little old habit is allowed to stay. This color just puts me in an incredibly good mood. Colorful and gaudy, very noticeable, but in my opinion it can be easily integrated into everyday life.
This year I rediscovered this radiant color for myself. There is something calming about blue tones. It was really exciting for me to wear something other than orange. Staying in the color family, this tone definitely surprised me very positively.
The classic! Somehow red always works, right? I am an absolute fan and would say that red is like the "little black dress" in the wardrobe. It goes with everything and can be striking or subtle. Depending on how you combine it.
MARINE AND CARAMEL
Now to my absolute stars in 2020! I always have bright and bright compression garments. Without exception! Therefore a little more muted colors. Well and what should I say? I love it! Here, too, it always depends on the outfit what effect these tones achieve. With bright accents, a rather unimportant caramel can become a hot eye-catcher. Exactly how the intense navy can also be a gentle flatterer for your legs.
I'm so happy to have a breath of fresh air thanks to mine VenoTrain® curaflow Having brought compressions into my wardrobe and I'm looking forward to a diverse year 2021!