It’s always the same old story. We do not like stereotypes at all…
Grey and beige should never be worn together. Blue and black do not look good together. Blue and brown; brown and black: these make for horrible pairs. Pink and red, green and blue…same thing. But who says so? Who decides? Because sometimes designers decide to put these ever-so criticised colour pairs together, and, as if by magic, they look like the coolest colour combination in the world.
It’s all a matter of shades. You just need to choose the right one. How do you do this? You try them out. Set aside some time to do this. In any case, such matches, which are “thrown together by hazard”, are not made for when “I only have ten minutes, the alarm went off too late”. If this happens, a combination that you have already perfected or a total black look are ideal.
Stand before the mirror, and analyse how the two colours blend with each other; where the grey and beige pairing is concerned, I suggest that you choose decisive shades, as opposed to ill-defined ones. So, avoid greys or beiges that tend towards green, yellow or blue. Try to wear colors that suit your skin tone best. In my case, grey is definitely more flattering.
Today, I paired grey and beige. I have decided to add black ankle boots and a white scarf. I hope you like it!
I was wearing:
-Zara skirt and turtle neck
– Ankle boots by Cos