Ok I spend WAAAYY too much time thinking about colors, aesthetics, vibes and all especially after the new iOS update where everyone is changing their home pages! Colors, styling, and just finding ways for various things to fit together is one of my favorite parts of what I do!
If you are like me and love creating a curated instagram feed or having one color palette for your whole wardrobe, stick around while I chat all about my favorite vibes, the easiest vibes, and how you can find the color palette that fits YOU!
Creams, Nudes, and Browns
Love these colors all together *heart eyes emoji* I am currently working to expand my current vibe into neutrals but I currently have a soft spot for burnt red/oranges to brighten things up!
Brown is definitely an underrated color. My friend Margaret Cady of Cay Quotidienne shared this article with She Laughs last year singing her praises for the color!
This palette is really easy to use especially in content creation or just for building a wardrobe! It is very classic and works for warm tones.
Black and White with a little accent
This is honestly what my fall wardrobe is going for right now but I never really know what is happening! Style-wise a palette like this is extra fun because you worry less about matching colors. Black is great for colder seasons and you pick your accent color! You can even change up how much of one color you wear and you do not need the same accent every day! Reds, greens, browns, or oranges can be great with this combo – for me I love a nice mustard or cognac this time of year!
I will be honest, these are some of my least favorite colors. That does not mean they cannot create a great vibe! Especially in mens clothing having a nice range of blue tones, from sky to navy with khaki or brown accents is perfect for a nice capsule wardrobe. As long as you stay away from black you can have a very easy time styling these colors or using them for whatever aesthetic!
The Pink Feed
The perfect pink feed with all that tint and warmth definitely had its time back in 2018. It was a nice run and personally I am glad it is in the past, but I wanted to use this example as a vibe that has performed better than expected! The idea of committing to a single color and building a color palette around it is actually pretty cool! Never be afraid of building a vibe from scratch!
Ok I know all of this is a little random and pretty different from my usual content but I am not kidding when I say I am constantly thinking about this stuff!