Are you ever unsure about which color of shoes or bag to include with your look? The shopping and styling tricks that never fail: choose the colors that are close to the ones on your body. Shoes in the color of your skin are the most flattering color for warmer months. Handbags or shoes closest to your natural hair color will be the ones you reach for most often.
The best colors for you are the ones you see when you look in the mirror right after a shower or when you return from a long walk. The pink in your checks is your perfect blush color, as well as the ideal silk blouse color for you. Your teeth are the best tone of white for you. The inside of your lip includes your best plum or red rose colors. Navy, black, gray, brown, tan, white and cream are a few neutral colors that work well with any coloring.
Speaking of colors, I spent Thursday afternoon at a local city park hiking near a lake and through the woods to enjoy the fall colors. As shown in the first photo, my day started with errands and grocery shopping, so I added a warm sweater jacket (similar here) over a long sleeve tee and black jeans. I wore my short Marc Fisher boots (here) and carried a Kate Spade bag (similar here).
For the hike, I switched to layered white tees and a very casual hooded jacket I picked up on my recent trip to Newport. Thin layers allow us to keep the warmth in without looking too bulky. The first layer is a Silk Interlock Scoopneck here. These pieces are part of my daily looks in winter. I am very cold-natured, so I start layering as soon as the temperatures drop below 70. Both the black and the white long sleeve tees are old. (Similar here.) The black straight jeans are here. My hiking boots are old. (Similar here.)
I visited Bays Mountain Park, located in Kingsport, Tennessee. It is a 3,500-acre nature preserve and the largest city-owned park in the state of Tennessee. You can read more about it here.