ODINE sings the blues
SAGICOR’S shades of blue
With shades of royal blue in its intricate jacquard design, Sagicor Life Half-Way-Tree Branch Manager Odine DaCosta's suit from Gwenhwyfar was the perfect spring/summer alternative to classic navy. He paired the look with a snazzy pair of Bolano Men's Black Royal Blue Rhinestone Slip-on Loafers.(Photo: Garfield Robinson)

Think: bold, elegant and tranquil, all at once. That's the feeling our latest colour crush — blue — evokes. All shades of blue are on trend, and the Sagicor style set were quick on the draw, Tuesday last, stepping onto the 2023 Corporate Awards black carpet at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel in everything from pale, dreamy pastels to deep, intense cobalts.

And, after being spotted on some of the Sagicor's most stylish, Tuesday Style Fashion (TSF) thinks it's safe to say blue is emerging as spring's buzziest shade.

Get inspired!

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Sagicor Life - Holborn Branch Agency Manager Ian Bourne in Carlton Brown (Photo: Garfield Robinson)
Holborn Branch Unit Manager Alwaine Thorpe and hisere reason enough to crush on blue velvet.(Photo: Garfield Robinson)
Whether you call it teal, turquoise, or petrol, this Leisa's Closet dress on Financial Advisor Dr Natalee Walters was a winner! The Woman of Virtue Collection fascinator was the perfect topper.(Photo: Garfield Robinson)
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Sagicor Group Jamaica 2023 Corporate Awards Black Carpet co-host Talia Soares brought the glitz and glam in a high-slit number from Roses Couture. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)

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