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Fashionista NOW: The Color Trend ~ Gray Fashion Inspiration

One of the most neutral canvas colors in fashion is gray. This year, it’s celebrated as one of Fall/Winter’s cooler colors to sport. So, how does one carry off a gray look in style? Let’s find out.

Gray is supremely easy to wear. It doesn’t put you in position to commit to a strong presence of color because it simply is not. It makes a great background for creative contrast with a wealth of print styles, from polka dots to in-your-face baroque.

Known to be the color that sits between white and black in the color spectrum, gray may seem a weak choice as it’s the in-between on-the-fence kind of shade. Some find gray dull because it just does not scream HEY, LOOK AT ME! but as a true wallflower, I adore gray’s subtlety.

In the wardrobe department, gray can be worn from head to toe making sure that there’s a distinct textural difference between one piece and the next. For instance, you can wear a gray crop top layered with a gray cable knit cardigan and finished with an acid wash gray denim and dark gray ankle boots.

For a better look at how to incorporate gray into your everyday outfit, do scroll on:

heathered gray leotard – Forever 21

dress with gray top and chiffon floral skirt – Jacco Fashion

gray crop top – Supre

gray maxi skirt – Terranova

hat – H&M | bag – Zara

sweater – Joa + Closet

cardigan – Jacob.ca

cardigan – Blanco | Skirt – Sfera

gray semi baggy pants

top and heels – Colcici | vintage pants

What do you think of the gray color trend? Any of these looks make you want to reorganize your wardrobe for the next day? Share your thoughts shamelessly down below!

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