What are the main colors you wear for fall? Burgundy and hunter green? Navy? A musky mustard yellow? Maybe rust? There are so many combinations, it’s hard to fill your closet with pieces with the fall color spectrum. But an easy approach to choosing your fall colors and incorporating it into your wardrobe is the monochrome look. Here, I paired my charcoal boxy cashmere sweater with charcoal men’s trousers. I tucked in the front of the sweater and let it waterfall behind me, as it has slight high-low asymmetry.
Always get clothes in colors that inspire more outfits.
Monochrome looks are the easiest way to embrace a color as you narrow your vision on what to look for while shopping. For me, it’s always that super bright color that I neglect. Whereas, charcoal – not your average grey – is a simple and versatile choice. Beau’s entire wardrobe is black, white, grey, and navy with hints of color here and there. Same with mine. It gets rid of that getting-dressed-in-the-morning-anxiety. This sweater can be worn in so many different ways, that I’m going to show you another in the week to come. My #1 mantra for buying clothes in the fall: Versatility = utility = investment = timeless. The more versatile a piece is, the more you will wear it, in which it is considered an investment, which means it will always be timeless.