Sister Style: Go-To Color CombosJanuary 16, 2017 / byA Beautiful Mess / Categories : Feeds
I find that my go-to colors cycle every 1-2 years. I will passionately love a color (or combo of colors), and then get tired of it for a while. It's a cycle.
Last October when we watched Rosemary's Baby, it launched me into an INSANE inspiration reboot, and at the moment I am obsessing over 1970s colors... even sometimes 1980s... you guys—who AM I?
I love the changes, though. It's fun to slowly evolve, reinvent and eventually... come around the same circle again!
What about you, Sis?
Maybe I should take this time to admit that probably around 70% of my wardrobe is black. I wear SO MUCH BLACK. It's nuts. And honestly, I tend to incorporate black and white into my home decor choices pretty often too. I think I am drawn to contrast, and also I tend to pick "safer colors" when I'm shopping. Of course that's not to say I don't love color, I do! I just think I use it more often as an accent in my clothing.
Also, I will forever love glitter. I don't care if that makes me basic. GLITTER FOR LIFE!
What about you guys? Do you have any favorite color combos you've been crushing on lately? xo. Emma + Elsie
Credits // Author: Elsie Larson and Emma Chapman. Photography: Amber Ulmer and Janae Hardy. Photos edited with the NEW A Beautiful Mess actions.
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