How I combine a bordeaux red color
Hello darling! I know that it has been while since the last post here on the blog, but I promise to gradually return to the same frequency (or even higher ) than before. I would like also to thank everyone for the support and the incentive to get back as quickly as possible here in our corner. Having said that … Let’s go to the post today.
One of the compliments I get most from you in terms of style is related to my ability to match colors. I love colors and incorporate them all into my wardrobe is for me the most natural thing in the world. I would not know how to have a wardrobe just stuffed with clothes in black, white or gray, and I could not handle a wardrobe where those colors were missing.
The bordeaux red is a color with a lot of personality, maturity and sophistication. And although, as a rule, often combined with neutral tones, this color is by its intensity, maturity and perfect sophistication to match with certain bright colors that are usually more cheerful and playful. My options for today were blue and white. Both colors go very well with the bordeaux red separately, but together in one look, they are “fantastic”.
For the composition I opted for a vintage high waist pants and a plain white shirt. My intention was to create a casual and cool look, but at the same time, with a drop of sophistication. The pants and the shirt gave that casual chic effect. But to add the cool effect, I added these wonderful Jeffrey Campbell boots. Its brutal appearance is to blame for the contrast between the two styles.