how to wear chocolate shades

How To Wear Chocolate Shade

Milky, bitter or dark – this season we are inspired by the sweetest dessert that melts in your mouth and composes images in a pleasant chocolate range.

This season it is much more difficult for all cloth lover who loves fashionable dresses, whether it is the Manish Malhotra or the more colourful Sabyasachi Mukherjee, convince us that the most fashionable shade of autumn and winter will be chocolate shade.

True, to limit us to just one specific shade. the designers did not dare. You can also choose your ideal shade based on your own tastes: rich dark, tart bitter or melting milk – the diet will definitely have to be postponed until spring.

Until recently, all shades of brown were more a part of our everyday wardrobe. We wore them in looks for every day, wanting to dilute the gloomy palette, when everyone around is dressed in grey and black tones.

Now brown becomes the main character, check out Kareena Kapoor Khan inspired outfits.

Kareena Kapoor Khan                 Kareena Kapoor Khan In Chocolate Colour Dress

Oddly enough, the dismissive attitude towards it is to blame for the loud return of this colour: the chocolate colour simply did not have time to bore us. Brands such as Manish Malhotra and Sabyasachi Mukherjee are now using this shade as the best way to make things too feminine more suitable for our everyday life, quickly turning brown from boring to elegant and dramatic.

With the growing popularity of minimalism, the predominance of natural beauty and the increasing trend towards environmental friendliness, we meet this natural shade as an ideal compromise colour – not too bright and not too boring, spectacular enough and at the same time not too dazzling to be ideal for different styles. Therefore, the colour of brownie is what the doctor prescribed in gloomy and cold autumn.

The entire spectrum of browns – from rich chocolate to light sandy – is the best you can think of if you want to make your outfits more noble and still invest in shopping for years to come. Add one brown item to your wardrobe, or dress in chocolate from head to toe.

Mix things of this colour with dense textures and voluminous things: add an oversized sweater to brutal leather trousers, add a voluminous cardigan and burgundy boots to a silk dress, or choose loose-fitting suits according to all the power dressing rules.

Brown is ideal when paired with achromatic colours – white, black and grey, but the most stylish options are obtained by adding coffee, caramel or milk to chocolate. And perhaps you shouldn’t reproach yourself for your love for this trend.

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