…Put color into your outfit!
A outfit can sometimes feel boring, uninspired and not so very colorful. I’ll show how to change that even if you’re not into bright colors or colors at all.
Those purple sunglasses a la Ray Ban wayfarer ( which are cooler than fake but an awful lot more expensive) are a good safe choise if you’re looking for a new pair. They are timeless and this color will lively things up but arn’t too tacky.
Sunglasses from www.delias.com for $12.50
Rihanna wears a gorgeous pink bandana with black dots. A bandana is useful when your hair is messy or unwashed but it still looks freaking good. Rihanna has a wounderful style and I’m jealous of her. In my opinion she has the coolest style of all celebs.
If you wear a high-waisted skirt, pant or a dress you can wear this red belt. If you have low-waisted garments the bely won’t usually show under the top. It might just be me… If you match a red belt with a black dress you’ll have a salsa-style but that’s only stylish.
Red Belt, www.delias.com, $12.50
A bag or a clutch is a good way to put color into a outfit. This bag’s from Marc Jacobs but I prefer to buy cheaper one in color so I can buy many and match them with different garments and outfits. A good tip when you buy a designerbag is to choose a timeless one. Like in black or brown leather so you don’t buy a cobaltblue so it’ll be out the very next season.
Green clutch, Marc by Marc Jacobs, €235
Another good way to wear a color is on shoes. I like ballerina in the summer and noone who reads this blog can have missed that I’m in love with coral. I like those leather ballerinas even if I always buy fakeleather because I wear them one summer and then they’re broken/smells like monkeys/dirty.
Coral/Black ballerina, Bloch, €125