Tone on Tone Fashion

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A lot of questions I get from women revolve around what colors to wear.  Well, this is an interesting question and to me, there is no simple answer.  Everything is more on a case-by-case scenario.

I truly believe you can wear any color you want as long as you find the right shade of that color for your skin tone.  It’s also dependent on what accessories you pair with it. With that being said, I wanted to do a post on something that is a popular trend right now, and that is wearing different shades of one color.

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In this image I paired two different shades from the same family; burgundy and oxblood. This is one of my favorite family of colors to wear so I decided to try two different shades together.

What does this have to do with knowing what colors you should wear? Well, everyone has one color they feel good in, right?  Try pairing your favorite color with another shade from the same family.  It’ll probably get you out of your comfort zone and help you discover another shade that you didn’t know you’d like on yourself.

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I also paired a blush toned earring with this look because it is the pastel version of the same color family. Now I’ve played with three different shades from one color family!  Look at us getting all experimental now!  😉

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Apparently, my little Harper Simone is going to make a debut every week 🙂  Love her little personality ❤  As always, feel free to share a look you put together using multiple shades from one color family with me. Harper and I would love to see it!

 

Your Faithful Dreamer,

Courtney

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