Monochromatic Never Looked So High Fashion

The last blog post was all about bringing the brown while pioneering western frontier style boots. After reviewing many of the Paris fashion week looks, it seems like the always appropriate neutral works head to sky-high heel.

Design by Nehera
Design by Nehera

Select different shades of almond, hazelnut, and any other delicious sounding shade of brown to complete the perfect fall outfit. Crop tops or long tops, cig pants or disco pants, you truly cannot go wrong. Head to toe in different shades of the same basic color? Trust me on this, you won’t look like a monochromatic mess.

Designs by Balmain
Designs by Balmain
Joan Smalls, Kendall Jenner, and Lily Donaldson wearing Balmain
Joan Smalls, Kendall Jenner, and Lily Donaldson wearing Balmain

Balmain absolutely slayed with his designs for next season. Using a neutral lends itself to designs and patterns that work for high fashion or street style. He can create over the top designs using multiple trends without making the entire outfit look like it is fit for a clown. No wonder he has so many supermodels hanging all over him, the man is a fashion genius.

Designs by Balmain
Designs by Balmain

Here is some of that fringe mentioned last time.

Design by Paco Rabanne
Design by Barbara Bui

And the trench coats and vests I said would be killer with suede boots.

Design by Chalayan
Design by Chalayan

Finally, a trend that flatters every body type and skin tone. No woman left behind. So if the only hazelnut you have is your latte, it’s probably time for a shopping trip. Seriously. You need this.

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