This fashion is good enough to eat!
Chelsea Crew “Sari” Oxford Wedges $65 – shopruche.com
Mini Messenger Bag, $50 – zara.com
Mustard Fabric Row Necklace, $20 – evans.co.uk
Mustard Enamel Bangle, $13 – missselfridge.com
Mustard Resin Section Stretch, $13 – dorothyperkins.com
Ruffle Cashmere & Wool Gloves Sauterne Gold, $34 – nordstrom.com
Mustard Cable Knit Scarf, $32 – topshop.com
Plaited Knit Beanie, $5.50 – forever21.com
Glossy Leatherette Belt, $3.80 – forever21.com
Mustard might seem like a difficult color to wear, but there are many different shades of mustard, from honey to Dijon, you just need to choose one that suits you best. The key to success in tackling this color trend is coordinating it with other colors. I wouldn’t suggest wearing a full-on mustard ensemble. After all, you don’t want to look like a French’s bottle! The key to pulling off mustard is pairing it with darker, more neutral colors.
Try matching your mustard pieces to other trendy fall colors like jade green, plum or earth tones like brown, beige, and black. It’s also good to keep in mind the ’70s-inspired theme. Catwalk designers have gone crazy for the hip ’70s styles including names like Fendi, Hermes and Isaac Mizrahi. Channel your inner hippie by matching mustard with fringed saddle handbags, high-waisted pants, vests and leather booties. You’ll be mastering mustard in no time!
♥AUTHOR: ALEXANDRA CHURCHILL
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