In the spring and summer months, I’m constantly wearing color. From fun floral prints to nautical stripes and unexpected pairings, I’m usually wearing something bright, cheery, and colorful. Once the seasons change, though, I find myself gravitating towards color-less looks. As of late, I think navy is the only twinge of tint I’ve worn. I was looking at my Instagram the other day and I realized what used to be a feed filled with pops of pink is now much more muted.
To avoid falling into the all-black New York trap, I try to balance my monochromatic looks with shades of gray and white. It’s all about incorporating texture, too. Whether it’s a leather sleeve, a thermal tee, or even a wax-coated denim vest (or all three!), colorless looks are so much more interesting with touches of texture.