Stylist Showdown: White vs. Indigo

March 5, 2015

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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 stockingand rockingyour own one-color-at-a-time wardrobe.

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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.

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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.

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This is the new jean shape; add a wood-bottom clog and a textured sweater to carry you into spring.  Kelly C.Floral patches keep these boyfriend blues feeling a bit femme.  Kristen P.

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