Shades of Neutral

2014 Fashion, Uncategorized

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Coat – ASOS
Jeans – Dorothy Perkins
Sweater – H&M
Booties – Marshalls

When you’re short, dressing in monochromatic is always a good idea. I like mixing shades of neutral together to keep it lively.  It’s amazing how wide the range of one shade of color.


4 thoughts on “Shades of Neutral

  1. I love the use of yellow to give this the most delicate of colour pops – I have a beige trench so will definitely be stealing your style.
    Popped across from Fashion Friday.

  2. I’m loving the light shades with that jacket!
    That top is so cute, necklace goes perfect with it.


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