Hello, My dearest fashion readers! Today’s topic is dedicated to my favorite mustard color. You are about to see how and with what to wear this creative color. Yes, it’s an interesting hue that can be worn by everyone. I know many of you afraid to wear it regularly in everyday life. Sure, it looks sophisticated and creative. There is one very interesting thing about this hue: it may look weird by itself on a shelf in your closet, but once you try it on, everything changes. Believe it or not, but this is actually pretty neutral hue. It goes well with lots of colors. If you do have mustard clothing, but you don’t know how to wear it, then I am here to show you best ways and style tips to use in your everyday life.
First of all, mustard looks ideal with brown color. This is a wonderful combination for cold days. The result looks neutral, but not boring. For instance, you can try on turtleneck cropped sweater and pair it with flared mini brown skirt and complete your look by adding shiny bronze lace-up brogues, satchel shoulder bag, and brimmed hat, or you can create a classy look by sporting a tailored mustard coat atop beige slip tank tucked in high-rise lightweight mini skirt in cram-brown color. The result looks warm and retro-inspired. Mustard can be paired with burgundy color. This is another warm color combo, but it looks dark. The result looks traditionally fall appropriate. For instance, you can try on burgundy velvet biker jacket and style it with a mustard sweater and dark blue skinny jeans tucked in grey-beige ankle-boots. Next classic pairing is wearing mustard with black. The result looks warm, sophisticated and warm. If you want to look edgy, then be sure to try on this combo. For instance, you can go for a cropped black tee and pair it with stylish sporty mustard sweatpants. If you want to create a vibrancy, then I recommend pairing blue with mustard. Dark and bright blue color is cold, while the mustard keeps your outfit look cozy. Choose light blue skinny pants and style them with abstract multicolored print blouse covered with a mustard blazer or cardigan. By the way, mustard looks great with stripes. The result looks very chic and voguish.