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Friday, October 7, 2011

Style Note No. 3

(Gray blazer and gray tank top, www.theoutnet.com; green wide-leg pants, www.stylebymarina.com; gray cowl neck dress and pussybow blouse, www.farfetch.com, red obi belt and Jimmy Choo clutch, www.nordstrom.com; red ballet flats, www.suelasonline.com; gold earrings, www.topshop.com; pink pumps, yellow bangle and nude wedges, www.shopstyle.com; yellow pencil skirt, www.therow.com)

New color combinations can give a fresh spin to your neutral wardrobe. If you've been used to pairing your grays with blacks, whites, and browns, for instance, why not try combining them with sweet pinks and reds, or even citrusy greens and yellows for a change? You can start with subdued shades and gradually work in some punchier tones as you warm up to the new palette.



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