When most of us think of a go to neutral color (that one that goes with everything else) most of us think of black. Occasionally, we may even opt for gray, but that is just a watered down version of black.
There are other neutral colors we can use to break free from wearing a lot of black. Don't get us wrong, black is a great go to shade, but sometimes it's good to change things up & add some other interesting colors into our closets.
Navy: Almost as classic as black but just that bit softer. A great color for pants, tops, blazers, hats, bags... This really is a color that goes with almost any other color. Keep it simple by pairing with white, ivory, beige or light blue or liven it up with a pop of red, bright pink, or turquoise.
Brown: This may give us a flashback to the 1970s but brown is a great neutral that can be worn with a variety of other colors such as ivory, beige, taupe, light pink, orange, mustard & golden yellow, light blue & teal.
Taupe: This color is basically a cross between beige & gray. This is a great neutral because the beige & gray tones means it goes with almost any color. Taupe works better than a pure beige, as the gray undertones stop it looking too yellow or pink, which beige sometimes can. It makes a great lighter colored, neutral option, as the Spring weather arrives.
Dark olive green: This shade is often forgotten about, but it also goes with a great deal of many other colors, such as, white, ivory, beige, taupe, brown, burnt orange, light blue, light pink & yellow. If you're not sure about how this color works next to your face use it in your pants, bag or shoes, such as we have in the picture here, where we have olive cords.
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