Black, black, black, the easiest color to wear but similar with philosophy, it still has grey areas to tell. Yes, you read it right, black can also be as complicated as your relationship with other people, however, just like what your friends say whenever you are on your regretting stage: “That’s what you chose, right? So deal with it.” So let me cut to the chase, black is one of the colors that can be so friendly with different shades, but can also be tough with the other hues –well not that tough, maybe, just difficult enough to cause confusion to women.
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“Can I wear black and brown together?” is one of the frequent questions I see in magazines or I hear from my girlfriends. If this was asked before to an obedient woman that follows each styling rule, the answer was a NO. On the other hand, if this was asked to a person who knows that she can do more than what is expected and can change that no-no into an ultimate yes, the respond was roaring, “Hell yeah!” So, which type of girl are you? The NO or the YES?
Commonly, white is the fashion buddy of brown because of the amazing blend that these colors can make together. The sophistication and fair aura that can be seen to the whole ensemble whenever this mix is done is entirely chic even without accessories, or even by wearing plain apparels. However, of course everyone wants to try something new and different, so pairing brown with black is what comes across every girl’s mind, but then it is being prevented by the belief that combining black and brown is such a terrible and worst idea, but how would you know if you did not even give a try?
Black and brown ensemble is normally seen on different Hollywood stars. Usually, they wear black dress matched with brown belt and boots or sometimes, even with chocolate brown blazer –to think that this hue is the shade of brown that is more complicated than the lighter ones, yes, light brown or beige is easier to wear and pair with black.
That is why, in times you prefer to accept less challenge try lighter shades of brown: camel, beige, or nude. These create a nice contrast with black and they are easier to pull off.
On the different note, this color combination is also stunning when added a bit of twist of vintage. So how about pulling off these high waist pants? Aside from the vintage look that they bring, they are also great for petites because they can create an illusion of longer legs.
How about you? What is your black and brown ensemble? 🙂
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