Feb 02, 2015

A Pop of Color To Cure The Winter Blues

In the colder months, dressing in darker, subdued hues tends to seem pretty natural given the shorter, darker days but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t put some effort in injecting pops of color into your winter wardrobe.

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In the colder months, dressing in darker, subdued hues tends to seem pretty natural given the shorter, darker days but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t put some effort in injecting pops of color into your winter wardrobe. If pastels and neons are for spring/summer, then warm, rich colors should be their winter counterparts. For this outfit I paired a deep purple turtleneck with warm ochre trousers and a muted olive green peacoat. The richness of the pants and sweater definitely make a bold statement, so that’s why I chose to wear a more neutral-colored jacket to tone down the look and make it more sophisticated.

Wearing:

Ted Baker Jacket // Boohoo Turtleneck // Zara Trousers // Nordstrom Gloves // Florsheim Shoes Chelsea Boots

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tagged Nordstrom, ted baker, zara, boohoo, Florsheim Shoes