Monochromatic for the Maximalist

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For whatever reason, I’ve had a new color–or lack thereof–obsession this season: beige.

The muted color is quite overlooked at times, but I can assure you that wearing it will not make you fall flat.

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In fact, the skin-toned hue is the perfect clothing staple for emulating natural beauty and provides the perfect opportunity for you to get more gutsy with your makeup and accessories.

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That’s right, chicsters: Neutrals can make a statement too. Think of your beige clothing items as an artist’s clean canvas, and your colorful accessories as the complementary brush strokes. I opted for head-to-toe beige for a monochromatic look. The baseline of my outfit are these corduroy beige overalls, which I paired with slides in a slightly different shade (trust me when I say I’ve been wearing these shoes out!). To keep with the toned down theme, I am wearing a cold shoulder white tee shirt under the dress. The shirt makes the overalls pop against my olive skin tone.

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Now for an artist’s (or stylist’s) favorite part: color play! I opted for jewel-toned fringe earrings from Zara that go well with a berry lip. The calm greens, berry, and burgundy are perfect pigments for a summer to fall transition.

What color are you looking forward to wearing this fall?

Keeping it Krischic,

Kristin Vartan

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