sky blue


Definition of sky blue

: a pale to light blue color

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Jenner has previously worn sky blue, golden blonde, and even neon pink hair at Coachella last year (all captured on Instagram, of course). Lauren Swanson, Allure, "Kylie Jenner Debuts Purple Hair at the Met Gala," 7 May 2019 Other looks included: a loose suit jacket and matching trousers in a sky blue tie dye with yellow bits of texture, and a suit jacket with a matching skirt in an abstract orange and green floral print. Monica Feudi, Teen Vogue, "The Parsons MFA Spring 2020 Runway Show Was All About Experimental Tailoring," 6 Sep. 2019 One canvas shaped as an octagon is painted sky blue, framed in bands of white and speckled with almost invisible metal flakes, as if an abstract version of a Tiepolo ceiling mural. Los Angeles Times, "Review: In Mary Corse’s light paintings at LACMA, some shadows," 5 Aug. 2019 Bright pinks and sky blues gradually fade to a dirty white and often turn green. Tom Maccubbin,, "Hydrangeas need special handling," 17 May 2018 With a high slit, the sky blue dress had beautifully detailed ruching and folds in all the right places. Tatum Dooley, Teen Vogue, "From Zendaya’s Custom Couture Crop Top to Celine Dion’s Canine Arm Candy, These Are The Best Looks of The Week," 5 July 2019 In other words, these waist-whittling, hip-minimizing sky blue pants are the best style and mood pick-me-up. Redbook, "TV Personality Tamron Hall Shows You How to Have Outfits For Days," 20 Sep. 2017 In my neck of the woods, the most rampant vine is the porcelain-berry, a pretty thing with grapelike leaves, rosy stems, and fetching sky blue and purple berries in late summer. Washington Post, "Vines are a romantic addition to the garden — until they go rogue," 9 July 2019 This Coup De Ville pair comes in sunny yellow, sky blue and baby pink—cheery updates on the traditional metal styles. Amanda Greene, Woman's Day, "Sunglasses for Every Face Shape," 9 July 2010

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English Language Learners Definition of sky blue

: a pale to light blue color

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