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Fashionista NOW: How To Wear Earthy Brown Shades As A Statement?

We’re so used to reserving brown as the safe, reliable go-to neutral color for shoes, bags, belts and outerwear that a need to bring the 70s shade back into the meaty portion of an outfit is a refreshing call. Draw in some quick inspiration from these 10 global street-style fashionistas who artfully wear brown as a statement.

Colors are back with a vengeance, declares every fashion blog and magazine at about this time of the year. While bold prints too are having quite the predictable moment, we don’t see brown exalted the same way as the other bright shades or red, blue, purple, yellow and orange. This could be due to the Autumnal vibe of the color but that’s only because we’re automatically associating it with the season. If marsala can be the color of the year, I sure think that we can all wear brown now or whenever the mood calls.

There is a lot that you can do with brown; from the deepest coffee to the milkiest toffee, it is high time we center our wardrobe around a brown hue or a few to give the color a much needed focused as opposed to letting it go to waste only to be used as mere accents.

For a quick style guide on how you can utilize brown of any shade as a color statement for your outfit and be marvelously chic at the same time, cast your eyeballs to the looks below, shall we?

So, which brown-themed look tickles your fancy? Are you excited about making brown as the color to focus in your outfit? How do you usually wear brown? Let me know down below – I love reading your thoughts!

“Chic is when a woman is in harmony with herself.”Giambattista Valli

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