When a color is deemed “neutral,” the temptation is to throw it into a mix and be done. And you certainly can: Blue denim is neutral, and I’ve never heard anyone say that it should always be worn with garments or accessories that complement shades of blue. But ANY color, neutral or no, will look fantastic if it appears multiple times within an outfit.
Originally posted 2016-03-14 06:34:38.
When I was first told that black and white should only ever be paired with each other, with gray, or with brown, I balked. Talk about a seriously constraining little guideline! And I still don’t totally buy it: Both black and white can look amazing with cool brights, patterns, and in carefully-crafted color mixes. But over the years, I’ve found myself gravitating toward color-on-color mixes and keeping the neutrals mainly to themselves.
Originally posted 2012-03-29 06:31:56.
An anonymous commenter popped this into the suggestion box:
I would absolutely love it if you could do a tutorial post on accessorising … and maybe also something on colour and using these to suit your body shape. I have absolutely no clue when it comes to accessorising (very minimalist dress style but am trying to change as I think it’s just boring to look at). For example, tutorials on the interactions between body shape and size and the colour and proportions of your accessories, and even the colour of your clothes. Kind of an “Accessorising 101” …
Originally posted 2016-02-15 06:48:11.