Tone-on-tone dressing is a simple way to work the latest color trends into your wardrobe. Not only is green huge this season, but because of the variety found in this hue, green can make for some incredibly striking monochromatic looks.
The tints and shades run the entire spectrum of blue and yellow. Taking advantage of this wide range not only adds depth, but helps you avoid the Green Giant effect. Bright kelly green and chartreuse are great for one element of your look, but they need to be tempered by forest, mint or deep emerald.
Khaki greens send a relaxed weekend vibe, especially when combined with greens that veer toward olive and grey. White, black and grey can be useful accents too. Most importantly, remember to keep a face-flattering green up top. Intense lime or neon greens can be tough for a lot of women, but are perfect for a skinny belt or a clutch.
I’ve really been enjoying knotting my belts recently… Well, I’m not so sure what else you are supposed to do with that long bit of leather, but trying a knot with it creates a fun bit of texture to an outfit.
Creative knots add a certain cool-girl je ne sais quoi. Style is in the details, and in this world of personal touches, a basic buckled belt just won’t do anymore. Below you’ll find a few ideas on how to master the unique knot.