Every now and then, I become very drawn to a color. Sometimes, I don’t even notice it. Right now, my current color obsession is mint green.
The color is clean, unexpected, and looks great on so many skin tones.
I’ve worn the color in several ways below. Let me know which one is your favorite in the comments!
1.HEAD TO TOE MONOCHROMATIC LOOK
You all know I love a good pant suit. I feel so powerful and beautiful in them! But pant suits don’t need to be worn basic colors only, gorgeous pastels make a fun statement too! The clean lines of this suit with sharp collar angles and a slit at the ankles make this suit sophisticated yet trendy.
My new favorite way to wear suits are with a wide belt around the waist. It makes a masculine look, feminine. It also helps show off a curvy frame and helps bring the eye to a flattering area.
You can pair a pastel suit with white or other pastel colors. I also love to color block pastel colors with deep jewel tones. For example, mint green with deep ruby or lavender with emerald. These color combinations are perfect for Autumn.
2.SPORTY & CHIC
One of my favorite outfit combinations are mixing something masculine with something sporty. The juxtaposition of the two work really well to create a ‘high-fashion’ look. The formula is quite simple too! First, pick out your favorite colored blazer (mine being the mint one). Second, grab a pair of sporty bottoms. These can be biker shorts (like what I have on above), leggings, or sweatpants. Lastly, top it off with a pair of cool sneakers. I am loving these Sorel blush colored ones!
Shop this look below!
When a color is so beautiful, make it a focal point! Make that color be the statement of that look by wearing a really cool piece. Whether it’s a statement top, frilly skirt, or even a scarf, let that colored piece be the item that people are looking at. That’s exactly how I felt about this mint top, I love it so much and styled the look around it.
Here are some mint pieces I’m loving that will be perfect for Fall!
Thank you for reading!!
Photography by Ashley Gallerani
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