Stylist Showdown: White vs. IndigoMarch 5, 2015
If we asked you to pick a solitary color and wear it to the exclusion of all others, could you do it? If your first instinct is to cry monotony!, follow the lead of our in-house experts, Catalog Stylist Kelly C. (an inveterate, year-round white-wearer) and Styling Manager Kristen P., (an indigo devotee with a knack for making head-to-toe denim doable). Their secret for looks that don’t feel the least bit one-note? Relying on classic shapes and diversified textures, details and color pops. Read on for their takes on the virtues of single-palette dressing; you may just find yourself stockingand rockingyour own one-color-at-a-time wardrobe.
Don’t be afraid to add a pop-color; red is the perfect complement
for white. Kelly C.New details are what keep indigo feeling fresh year after year. This peplum top is an unexpected take on the classic chambray shirt. Kristen P.
Grounding a white dress with edgy accessories like snakeskin, horn and bold metal jewelry really keeps the ˜Here Comes the Bride’ vibe at bay. Kelly C.I love the juxtaposition of taking a material like chambray, which is
typically soft-washed and drapey, and reimagining it in a crisp, structured silhouette. Kristen P.
Ease into sandal season by pairing these with wooly socks to keep your feet comfy now, then spruce up with a pedi when the weather gets warmer. Kelly C.If you’re just craving a dash of indigo, you can’t beat the novelty of
blue suede shoes. Kristen P.