Not everything in life is black and white although we would like to think so. Rather than compartmentalizing everything into two categories, why not accept the fact that not everything is clear-cut and set in stone. Nothing ever ends really. The same can be said for your wardrobe. I love wearing white, (I just got that shirt dress, dammit), mixing black and white, and black is a non-existent staple in my closet. This Fall, both grey and navy take center stage giving black and white the back seat.
Today on the Fashion Hunter, we explore the full spectrum of greys – from pewter to charcoal to everything in between. There were literally hundreds of different tones and textures on the runways. Here are some of those looks I adore.
So, get rid of the grey on your head, and put it more to use— say on a hat, a smoky wool sweater, a skirt, and start piling on the grey.
Here is my cheat sheet on what to look forward to in stores and websites near you.
Stella McCartney wool baseball cap, $256.00 (I think this could be iconic during fashion week), Marc Jacobs nail enamel, $16.00 for a high shine like no other, Givenchy duffel bag, $2435.00. I know its expensive but worth every penny. Alexander Wang Burnout Fair Isle sweater, $525.00, Thom Browne wool zipped kilt, $3820., get a similar one here. If nothing else, invest in these Gianvito Rossi Metallic Ankle Cuff Pump, $765.00 as shoes are always the best investment.
ZARA coat, $139.00, Salvatore Ferragamo cuff, $280.00, and Liu Jo quilted bag, $135.00
Last winter I announced to my clients that I was going to add color to my wardrobe, thus, only purchasing grays and tans.