Jul 13, 2015
I used to think grey was such a dull and boring color and I never made any attempt to wear it. As I made a promise to push myself out of my comfort zone and to try new things, I started looking at this nondescript color in a different way. First, I took a safe step to pair grey with black as seen here and slowly moved to a brighter pairing like grey and white here. I received more compliments on both outfits than I expected. I started falling in love with this versatile color ever since.
You'll be surprised to know that grey can go with so many other colors, other than black and white. I'd love to pair grey with some jewel tones like ruby, cobalt blue, yellow, and emerald or light grey with blush pink in the next blog posts. But for now, let's talk about this all grey outfit for a moment, please.
As you might already know, I'm pretty much a "go big or go home" type of person. When I like doing something, I'll go all the way regardless, which explains this head to toe grey ensemble all of sudden, from someone who hardly wore grey before. I chose a grey snakeskin blouse and a textured leather bag to match with my flare grey skirt to make the outfit more interesting, leaving only the shoes and a pop of red lips to be non-grey items.
As monochromatic as it can be, this whole grey look is nothing but boring. I just learned this today.
Thank you so much for reading!
Photos by: Navian Photography
ZARA snakeskin blouse- Similar here
Vintage flare flouncing grey skirt- Similar here
Playnomore winky bag