The MUSTHAVE ~ From Camel to Light Beige

The color palette for winter 2010 2011 has been refined and made of beautiful nuances that lie in one line and combines. Nearly weightless pink and gray colors run smoothly on soft liver in chocolate brown and olive green. A revival of color comes from exotic blue and red lipstick.
I've already written about this calibrated gray winter (see here) – heavy and dark – this winter is replaced by an ultra-chic light gray tint in the corridors or ‘oyster gray “is mentioned.
The color palette in this post here is inspired by natural landscapes, using neutral shades such as camel, cognac, beige and light beige. These shades are very easy to combine and are particularly well with black or denim color (see here). Try the combination of camel beige or gray hues. Very elegant! The warm cognac color is one of the hottest colors for winter. Comforting, deep, reassuring, heartwarming. 

These neutral colors are further complemented by exotic blues on cobalt blue but it seems not. Red lipstick is beautiful with different shades of camel (see here).

 Invest in pieces now that can be easily styled into your existing wardrobe in a power-room perfect palette of soft neutrals ranging from buttery camel to the palest shades of griege (gray/beige). Start lightening your look up by layering the season's most beautiful neutral pieces.
Chose these colors in attractive glossy silk and satin for a luxurious feel. Wear it on a cold winter evening by the fireplace with the luxurious warmth and sparkle of a spectacular glass of cognac. 


Image source: jak&jil, the sartorialist, hannelimustaparta, stockholmstreetstyle,  garance dorè, vanessa jackman.

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