There are many things that make up building a functional and purposeful wardrobe and one happens to be – versatility.
While we could all live in neutral colors day in and day out, after all, these are those fail-safe colors that many heavily rely on and not just because that’s your preference – it’s because that’s all you know how to style.
Lets be honest, if someone threw a bold yellow item or garment your way, you’d probably have no idea on how to style it. Between the “it’s too bright for me,” “yellow isn’t my color,” to “how do I coordinate different pieces with it” – you always find yourself sticking to your neutrals.
Outside of the obvious: pairing a color with neutrals, there is so much more to fashion than that!
For those unafraid to go bold, create a monochromatic look. You don’t necessarily need to be in head-to-toe one color, as covered in my Monochromatic Dressing eBook – that again is an obvious and I like to show you guys different ways of standing out besides what everyone else is doing.
Opting for a basic sweatshirt (How To: Make Sweatshirts Chic eBook) helped me to create the balance between a casual and dressy outfit.
Another style option: pair with a complementary color.
I’ve created a free guide that breaks down which colors you can pair with yellow and the key to pulling off a bold look without overwhelming it.
Add a little sunshine to your wardrobe with these items (scroll to view more of my picks)
I’ve owned both this skirt and sweatshirt for a few years now (hello, to having the perfectly balanced wardrobe AKA shopping from within to create my looks). The only item you can purchase are the pumps // shop here //
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