Greetings Fashion Divas,
Forget about purple and the jewel tone colors. My go to color this season is grey. It's the new black for me. Like black, grey is an excellent background color and great for pairing bright colors with. And with it's many shades, it's a little more versatile than black. Check out a couple pieces below to see what I mean.
MM Couture Steel Gray Jersey Cape Cardigan
Great cardigan that will work superb as a layering piece.
Grey Ant Belted Slack
Pair these wide leg trousers with a stark white shirt for a bright winter look. A color cardigan, button down shirt, and thin belt would look great with these pants as well.
Juicy Couture Giant Dirty Drama Ring
This ring is super hot! Drama indeed when you complement your winter outfit and/or evening attire. Make sure this is the only ring that grabs attention. No need for more.
Little Miss Dress $59.99 http://www.modcloth.com/
Let's don't leave out the darker shade of grey. I like to see this shade paired with bold, unusual colors. That's why I picked this picture above. Don't be scared to style yourself outside the box every now and then. Just make sure you're staying true to yourself (your age, your shape, etc.).
Fluxus Gathered Skirt
I can see this wool skirt paired with tights, a moto jacket, and peep-toe booties. A light cashmere sweater will soften the look beneath the moto jacket. Don't you just love how we're able to make skirts and dresses wearable year round! This process is called "winterizing".
Sam Edelman Lombard Bootie
I love the style of this peep-toe bootie and this shoe can be worn with almost everything this season. However, I would hold back from experimenting with evening wear. I just don't believe that will be a good look. LOL!
One Ruffle Away Top $56.00 http://www.lulus.com/
Awesome ruffled shirt. Go casual with a pair of skinny/straight leg jeans tucked into some knee high boots, or go dressy by pairing with black trousers and high-heeled pumps.