6 Shades of Blue Trending in Quinceanera Dresses


It’s no wonder why so many Quinceaneras choose their dress to be blue. This hue is absolutely beautiful, plus it captures Cinderella’s iconic princess moment we all grew up admiring.

Have a look at the top trending shades of blue Quinceaneras worldwide are loving!

#1. Ice Blue Shade

This gorgeous ice blue color complements perfectly with crystal-clear embellishments, giving you a true “ice” princess moment.

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Source: Mori Lee Valencia Quinceanera Dress in Bahama Blue

#2. Multicolor Blue Shades

If you’re just in love with all shades of blue, then this dress is for you. Consisting of a beautiful composition of blue hues, these magically blend together beautifully with movement.

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Source: Mori Lee by Madeline Gardner

#4. True Blue Shade

Going for a classic blue? This ocean-shade-of-blue is truest to its name and simply timeless.

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Source: Ragazza Atelier Collection in Azul Rey

#5. Steel Blue Shade

This smoky and almost metallic blue look is stylish and has a modern take to it.

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Source: Fiesta de Gowns by House of Wu in Peacock

#7. Tiffany Blue Shade

If you’re torn between green and blue then this is the right choice for you. This deep shade of blue is the perfect balance between not too blue, not too green.

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Source: Ragazza Ether Collection in Mint/Pink

#6. Midnight Blue Shade

If you are as mysterious as the night, then midnight blue shade will be calling your name. This navy blue tone is perfect for an elegant Quinceanera theme!

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Source: Mori Lee Valencia in Navy Blue

Which blue tone is your favorite?

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Melissa Palés es periodista independiente de Social Media y Marketing. Posee un titulo de Fashion Merchandising de Miami International University of Art & Design, y un Masters en Comunicaciones de Texas Tech University. Creció en Ecuador, y ahora está desarrollando su carrera en Dallas, TX

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