Using Accessories in Colour To Create Interest

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It’s easy to create different looks with your more neutral clothing by changing up your accessories.

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  • Please let me ask about intensity of colour when it comes to neutrals. The last set above includes a reddish dress with bright accessories, but is that red a. meant to be a neutral, b. that bright even?! I know bright colours suit me better than muted and when it comes to neutrals like white (I prefer bright white to off white) or black (be definition bright) I have no problem, but most other neutrals, e.g. navy or teal or light grey- seem rather muted to me, as opposed to bright. But they are still OK with my other brighter clothes/accessories?!

  • Hi Imogen,

    Great post as usual!

    I was wondering if I could ask for advice on scarves. Scarves are my favourite accessory – an important reason being that necklaces feel too heavy. But scarves tend to move around during the day. Is there a good way to fix a scarf in place?
    Safety pin is tempting – but does not look good:)

  • I love your turquoise accessories! I also love the way you have used different accessories to change the look of all your outfits.

    My latest post is about monochromatic colours, which I found very hard. I just wanted to add some colourful accessories to liven up the look!

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