Creating a Lively Wardrobe with Colors
Anyone who has been keeping pace with the modern world has perhaps heard of the line “you are what you wear” from fashion magazines and programs, which of course has some truth to it as our clothes speak of our style and taste as an individual. How a wardrobe is organized also says a lot about one’s personality, which not only includes your clothes but your footwear and varieties of accessories as well, especially among women where the closet may often include a whole range of cosmetic items from makeup to nail polish colors.
However, there are perhaps more people that prefer to settle on neutral or monochromatic colors for their clothing items as these are the easiest to work with since there is a much lesser need to put an effort in matching items, as neutral colors are also the most versatile for any occasion, and are actually a must anyway in any fashionista’s list of staples. White, black, and shades of nude, for an instance, can be commonly found in any wardrobe, and it would not be puzzling to think how anyone can just choose to stick with these colors only even for special occasions as these colors can be effortlessly paired with almost anything.
People who prefers subdued, neutral tones over vibrant hues, however, do not need to feel like they lack a sense of style or fashion as such colors may seem boring for others especially when repeated. By adding hints of vibrant hues on your monochromatic outfit, like a bright red polish on our fingernails against your little black dress, colorful bracelets to go with your all white ensemble, or a pair of statement shoes or belt in a stand-out color to match your plain outfit, your whole look can be brought to life, especially if you are dressing up for a special occasion and do not want to buy expensive new clothes.
For individuals that want to breathe life into their monochromatic style without having to spend too much, statement items such as fashionable accessories that can stand out against plain colors are the perfect option as they are not only cheaper than most clothes, but are also generally versatile and can be mixed and matched as well. Since accessories are often cheaper than having to buy clothes, stacking up on more accessories that can accentuate your style will be helpful in adding colors to your wardrobe without breaking the bank.
Adding life to your wardrobe with brighter and eye-catching colors do not have to be too expensive as such accessories can be easily built up over time even with just one or two new pieces each month. Brand names are also not important, as after all, fashion is all about effectively pulling of an ensemble regardless of its actual cost.
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