Indigo Blues

Lately I am obsessing over indigo. Yeah, I guess since I named my blog Indigo Jones, it’s on my mind a lot.

I loving the rich hues of indigo blues. The shades, the tones and way the color bleeds so beautifully, creating interesting effects.  The slightly bohemian style of deep blue embroidery on crisp white cottons. The way that indigo wears and fades, becoming a whole new shade in the process.

While it seems to be a fashion trend right now, it’s something that never goes out of style.

Here are just a few of my favorite indigo photos that are inspiring me this week:

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Ethnic embroideries

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Light as air paisley

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Faded prints and tribal jewelry:

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Indigo and crisp white:

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Indigo stripes on twill tape:

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Tie dye and tropical surfer motifs, circa 1988 and looking very 2014.

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Sheer indigo wraps, blowing in the sea breeze.

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