Fashion / School Colors: 3 Buzz-Worthy Colors Too Cool For School
It’s a new year, time to try out new colors. Neutrals are sooo last year. Camel orange is the perfect spin-off hue from the citrusy oranges of summer and spring, taking us straight through to those brisk autumn months. Add bursts of the color to creams and browns with high-waisted shorts, cropped jackets, and collared dresses.
Denim on denim is no longer a thing of the ’90s. With prints, embellishments and a variety of distressed washes, the “Canadian Tuxedo” has gotten a chic new makeover, proving that this previous fashion taboo can look polished when mixing different weights and washes (given the right accessories of course). Why not pair a pearlescent embellished denim shirt with some printed skinnies for a little relaxed sophistication. Sometimes the best outfits are the unexpected ones.
As the creator of the “little black dress” Coco Chanel once said “Black has it all. White too. Their beauty is absolute.” Now we’ve never been ones to defy the words of Lady Coco (and we’re not about to start) which is why our fall wardrobe is stacked with black essentials, midnight black to be exact – the darkest of all hues. It’s chic, it’s timeless, and it goes with anything and everything – from faux leather moto pants to buckle ankle booties, black can do no wrong in our eyes.