Morally ambiguous and impartial, gray is the color of complexity–everything that falls in between absolutes. Gray it is the perfect neutral, as it can moderate brighter hues and pull a color scheme together. It’s a diplomatic color, negotiating all the distance between black and white. We typically consider gray to be conservative, elegant, and cool, though it can be a bit mysterious. We think of gray as solemn and serious, the color of business suits and sophistication. It’s not a color of extremes, but rather of middle ground, of reasonable agreement.
Suits for women have an unexpected, yet welcome wide range to choose from–think your classic pinstripe picks and camel-colored suits to more out-there options like a colorful or printed suit. The timeless outfit combination also pairs well with any accessory in mind, whether a menswear-inspired loafer, an It sneaker, or a heeled sandal. Stand out in colour like a soft pink or go head to toe in monochrome and accessorise with polished pumps and a smokey eye for instant glam. Consider shimmery metallic pieces for layering or accessorising as a great way to break up a monochromatic outfit. A shiny clutch or a pair of sleek boots are a sure-fire to elevate your look. Just make sure the cut is perfect, the fabric is smooth and you keep the rest of your look elegant and feminine.
My choice is this elegant, soft suit, with a romantic light pink, silk blouse. The combination between grey and pink is always feminine. My style is as follows: suit and blouse Comma, belt Liu Jo, shoes Sarah Jessica Parker, bag Patrizia Pepe.
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