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Adding Pops of Colors in Your Wardrobe
We have all probably heard how fashion experts would often say that your choices of clothes, or the pieces in your closet as a whole, says a lot about your taste and style in general, as after all, they consist of what we wear everyday. The appearance, or should we say, organization of one’s wardrobe also often offers bits about the owner’s personality, and this is extends from your clothing pieces to your entire collection of all sorts of accessories, footwear, and cosmetics, especially for a lot of women who can never have too many of such items.
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.
When it comes to special occasion wears, however, these seemingly plain colors do not have to look as boring as it sounds especially when bright colors start to dominate seasonal trends every now and then. Any wardrobe full of neutral colors can be easily brought to life by just a few colorful pieces that can be added to accentuate an otherwise plain ensemble, which can be on your nails, jewelry pieces, belts, or your coat, jacket or footwear, which are also easier to do than giving your wardrobe a total overhaul.
Statement accessories also works great for those who do not feel comfortable enough wearing vibrant patterns or colors in their staple pieces, as accessories only make up a small part of an outfit and can be taken off anytime, but can easily and effectively emphasize your whole outfit no matter how plain and subdued the color of your main clothing piece is. Statement pieces also are generally much cheaper than clothes, and with all the great finds that can be even purchased online these days, building up your collection of accessories can be quite easy.
Adding vibrant colors to one’s wardrobe can be as effortless as buying the same colors of clothes, as a collection can be easily started especially with the larger amount of options available today. You can also skip branded pieces and just get a simple Costco jewelry, for example, as what matters most is how you make it work with your ensemble, regardless of the price tag.