The following is a guest post from Dottie, a regular reader of this blog, who is sharing some strategies for building a workable wardrobe. This is the second part of a two-part series (read part one here). Part One covered essentials like body type, color palette, personal style, and so forth. This section focuses on a further strategy for building a workable wardrobe. Dottie welcomes feedback from “Recovering Shopaholic” readers, especially those of you who have additional strategies that you’ve used for creating your own wardrobe.
How to Build a Wardrobe Using a Color Palette
Years ago, I had a color analysis, which helped me identify the ideal colors that I should wear. My palette consists of: black, charcoal gray, medium gray, light gray, white, navy blue, medium blue, red (blue-red), burgundy, dark violet, icy violet, icy blue, icy pink, and a blue teal. The colors you wear near your face should be the most flattering colors for your hair color, skin tone, and eye color. Continue reading