If full-on black feels too severe—and all-white makes you paranoid around coffee—a mix of caramel and cocoa is another great way to do head-to-toe neutrals.
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Winter white works best when you truly commit—so make sure your accessories and manicure are in the same hue, too! (Snowy hair is optional, of course, but so cool!)
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It's totally okay to wear a cropped camel coat with your matching red pants, shirt and bag—it's quiet enough not to compete with the rest of your outfit.
Something to look forward to trying this spring: three delicious shades of peach in one outfit.
Jewel tones and pastels always work best when you keep to one color family.
Fear not the bright blue suit! So long as you pick a flattering cut, the effect is amazing.
For an instant Michael Kors-esque jet set feel, just layer dark and light tan pieces.
Lots of interesting texture keeps bubblegum pink from feeling too frou-frou.
While nothing but black always works, it works just a little bit better when more than one kind of fabric's involved.
Layers of cream are a softer, more romantic way to do the all-white look. Wear it while reading your favorite Jane Austen novel!
The right print (but remember: it need to be subtle—and match, of course!) can make your monochromatic look even more dramatic.