Photos: Designer Stella McCartney; Courtesy of stylebistro.com, posh24.com;
Photos: Alexa Chung, fashion week street style; Courtesy of fashiongarments.org, harpersbazaar.com.
Photos: Blake Lively; Courtesy of trendmill.com, justjared.com.
Today’s post is a continue of our camel coat series (see Part I here). If you are in your 20s or 30s, my suggestion for rocking this classic, universally flattering piece is being free: feel free to mix and match, feel free to experiment:
Photos: Anna Wintour; Courtesy of ideeli.com; stylebistro.com; fashion.telegraph.co.uk;
Among all of the neutrals, I like camel the most. It’s not heavy compared to black, not harsh compared to white. Also doesn’t make me depressed as the 50 shades of grey do. It’s warm, understated, and sophisticated. It’s the color of the earth: makes us feel sturdy and reliable. It compliments all the other beautiful colors without competing. It’s the color you usually ignore, but couldn’t live without.
In this series, let’s talk about one fall/winter wardrobe essential in this color–