What Color Goes with Brown



What Color Goes With


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DO YOU THINK that brown is boring? If so, I am here to tell you that brown is one of the best colorsyou can put in your wardrobe. You won’t believe how many color combinations can go with it.

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Pair it with Brown

In my opinion, brown is just as versatile as black and will go with just as many different hues.Whether it is summer, fall, winter or spring, you can use this in your wardrobe as long as youpair it with the right combinations.

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 Do: Wear Any Shade of Orange

Brown is a staple color in my closet, and I have yet to find a shade of orange that didn’t work. Everything from deep pumpkin orange to pastel orange will go great with brown.

The thing to remember when it comes to browns, is that you need to make sure the clothes are season appropriate.



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Do: Choose the Best Reds

Red makes a great combination with different shades of brown. Not all reds will work with everybrown, however. You will need to make sure that the hues work well.

Dark colored reds work with lighter browns, whereas lighter reds look great with darker shadesof brown. If you go with dark red and dark brown, it can look like you are dressing like a barn!

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Do: Go With Creamy Colored Shirts

White shirts go with everything, but creamy hues make browns pop. Look for off-whites, tans, and milky colors to bring a classy look to your outfit.

Silky materials that are cream colored make brown pants and skirts look amazing. This is a great way to dress up your style.

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Do: Select Forest Greens

Not all greens will go with your browns, but forest greens usually do. I don’t think a kelly greenwould work well, but that really depends on what clothes you are trying to pair together.

Deep green hues make for a great fall look. If you want to do the green colors in the summer,you need to pair it with a lighter brown. That will give you the airy look you need.

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Do: Wear Teal Anytime of The Year

I love wearing teal colored shirts with my brown skirts and pants. If you had a teal skirt, you could easily go with brown on the top.

Teal is a great hue that can work well for any season. You can take a sleeveless teal shirt and wear it in the winter under a corduroy jacket with your brown pants. In the summer, just remove the jacket.

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Do: Pair Rose Hues With Dark Browns

The right colored pinks are a perfect match for certain browns. Rose hues go great with dark wood browns.

Some pinks work great with the right shade as well. Pastels do well with lighter browns for summer looks.

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Do: Put a Brown Shirt With a Brown Patterned Skirt

Who says you can’t put brown with brown? If you have a brown patterned skirt, you can add a solid brown shirt with it.

When you do this, don’t worry about matching the browns. Try to go lighter with one and darker the other.



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Do: Splash In As Much Color As Possible

The key to wearing browns is that you have to balance out the shades with color. To avoid looking drab, wrap a red scarf around your neck in winter or wear a large gold necklace in the summer.

Accessorizing the right way is very important to keeping yourself from looking like a mud puddle.

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Do: Rock Nude Heels 

If there is any color out there that works well with nude heels, it is brown. You can radically change the way your outfits looks if you throw on a pair of classic nude heels.

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Do: Buy Brown Clothes That Will Fit in Season

Since brown is so versatile, you should look for articles of clothing that fit the weather. Light materials are best for the warmer months, and heavier materials are best for the winter. If you are trying to buy items that will work through the seasons, stick with the lighter weaves.

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For a more versatile wardrobe between the seasons, stick with solid browns and stay away from summery or wintry patterns.

Hopefully you will use this guide as a way to unlock the potential in your closet and stretch your clothing through the seasons.