“neutral” metallics

When going through a client’s closet, I always take inventory of what “neutral” accessories they have. By “neutral,” I mean accessories {shoes, jewelry, handbags, belts and scarves} that can go with blacks, browns, grays, as well as colors. The best neutrals, in my opinion, are metallics. Metallics pair with just about anything, look great year-round and make getting dressed {and packed for a trip} a breeze.
Now you’ll better understand why I was elated when I received this gorgeous gold metallic scarf in the mail, compliments of FRAAS.

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Outfit details :: Tunic, Anthropologie | Scarf, FRAAS | Jeans, Old Navy | Booties, Vince Camuto at Nordstrom | Bracelets, Stella & Dot | Sunglasses, RayBan.

Other “must-have” metallic neutral accessories…

Ballet Flats ::

Tieks in Wild Copper.

Belt ::

J.Crew Crackled Metallic Leather Belt.

Clutch ::

Izzy & Ali Foldover Clutch.

Heels ::

Anthropologie Dovecoat Midi-Heels. {These are currently on sale for an amazing price!}

Bangles ::

Stella & Dot Rhea Bangles in Silver.

What color metallic should you go with, you ask?! I think everyone needs some gold and some silver in their wardrobe, but typically each person prefers one over the other. For instance, I primarily wear gold, but keep a few pieces of silver jewelry on hand in case I need silver to pair with grays, etc. {It is also okay to mix up your metals, mixing gold and rosegold or gold and silver.}

Stylishly yours,

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