Earlier in my career, I was more likely to abide by fashion "rules" without really questioning them—avoid bright colors in the fall, don't mix black and brown, go for all-black to look unequivocally chic (it's amazing how many are color-related!). But as I've gotten older, I've also become more confident in my fashion choices—and have created some of my own rules along the way: Do wear white in winter, wear whatever style of jean you feel most confident in, have a signature clothing item, and add a bold, bright bag to punch-up monotones.
Pops of Burgundy
Gray is my favorite unexpected neutral to wear monochromatically. With infinite varying shades to choose from, gray-on-gray always looks cool and fresh to me (unlike say, navy-on-navy which feels a bit one-dimensional). My trick for tonal dressing is to pick polished pieces in ...read more