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What is green, airy and goes incredibly well with the mediven® color purple? This casual jumpsuit! And of course the casual pearl that sparkles on the sleeve and sits in the jumpsuit.
You feel like doing this intense one Violet, but no idea what you can do with her in the summer? Here comes the ultimate “Get Out with You” outfit that goes perfectly with those wonderful sunny hours.
What do I combine my purple compression with?
The easiest tip I give when asked about a suitable color combination is to look into nature. Look at the most beautiful flowers and their different interpretations of colors. What you find there also works on you in outfits!
This time I might be like a damn big and admittedly heavier pansy that prances through life in a good mood despite the corona pounds. Whether steppe or mother - you can do that too.
If your choice of compression is so flowery and playful, then nothing can go wrong.
Once to take away, bidde.
What is that on your hand and what do I have to say to the sanifee? Don't worry, I'll tell you. Here I show you my mediven® 550 in purple with the Swarovski * element pearl on the sleeve. My perfect replacement for jewelry on the wrist!
Have I said it enough times?
Come on, one more time.
What I never tire of praying down: Don't be afraid of colored compression. If you practice and perfect the combination of compression and clothing, you will notice how good it is for you and no one stare bluntly, but perhaps rather brings an appreciative compliment. The more harmonious and creative your look, the greater the admiration for your fabulous taste. Of course, the latter always remains a personal feeling, but never forget that you do this primarily for yourself and your well-being. The better you treat yourself, the better you feel.
Dress every day as if you could meet the Queen in the pedestrian zone. This is the respect you deserve.
Here you can find the links to the violet outfit
* Swarovski is a registered trademark of Swarovski AG
This article was created in cooperation with Medi.
Pictures: Michaela Kern