Checks and checks are super glam in autumn: let's see how to wear them with style
Checkered looks are super glam in autumn, let's say it's their season, especially if we think of them in shades of wood and leaves. What is the main risk? To look like you've just come out of a redwood forest in lumberjack mode. Is there a way to avoid it? Sure: just follow some little advice.
Checkered look, not just woodcutters: accessories
You definitely don't go into the woods with a city tote, so here's the first tip for you: play down with accessories that would look good in other contexts. I'm not saying heeled shoes (given that a pair of Timberlands immediately relegate you to a mountain context), but opt for a day shoulder bag.
Checked look, not just woodcutters: the choice of the garment
Instead of a shirt, try a dress, which you can also combine with kombat boots or chunky boots, if you want, or you can lighten up with blouses in a contrasting color. In this case, the bag will always be daytime, even small, and that it takes up one of the colors of the paintings.
Checkered look, not just woodcutters: colors
How to juggle the colors to use? My advice is not to overdo it and to take back those contained within the imagination. In the photo below, for example, you can see the red and black checked dress combined with black combat boots and a red clutch bag. Would there have been some other color good? Without a doubt, denim, which is neutral and goes a little with everything, or white, another neutral color that would have broken the whole. In general, my tip to make your life easier is to avoid putting together more than three colors per outfit.
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