Brown is the New Black: Tips to Add This Color in Your Closet
Since the beginning of this year, we have been seeing more brown shades entering into fashionistas' outfits. Throughout history, this color has been neglected when compared to other dark neutrals such as black, gray or navy; but thanks to brands like Bottega Veneta and Chloé popularizing the tone, brown has become a widely accepted neutral.
In addition, thanks to the minimalist culture and natural beauty, brown became the color to look at when implementing such styles. Nonetheless, some people are still afraid or lost when thinking about including this tone in their wardrobes. Thinking about that, we have prepared some suggestions to light out your imagination and motivate you to integrate this shade into your basic color palette.
Is brown the new black? Probably not, but we are certain that the color has arrived to stay into people’s looks. Take a look at our suggestions down below:
- Start Small: Brown Accessories
If you are not quite convinced about adopting this shade, you can start investing in small accessories to get used to the color.
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- Monochrome: Different Shades of Brown
But if you are really betting on this color, why don’t you mix with different shades to compose the outfit? Add different textures and/or fabrics to make it more fashionable and you will be ready to go!
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- Middle Term: Brown Touches
Not too much, but neither too little? In this case, our suggestion is to adopt some clothing pieces with this neutral color into your outfit to ace the brownish fashionista vibes.
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