Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Fall Color Trend: 6 New Ways to Style Dried Herb!

Fall Color Trend

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Dried Herb may not sound like a excellent name when compared to the other colors for Fall 2015 but do not let it fool you! It is perfect color to have in your closet not just Fall 2015 but years to come.  This natural shade is a great to have as a staple for your fall wardrobe because it can be a neutral would a great asset in your closet!

This color is mostly associated with military fashion but there are more chic ways to style this shade!




Green F21 Skirts, Beige H&M Shirts | "im so into you." by Jujubabyy |...
Jules paired dried herb with another natural color, beige.
The glitter cropped jacket adds a nice touch to this neutral look!


Dress
Prints go well with this color, even plaid!



Dress (see more white dresses)

Color Crush
Pastels and dried herb are great pair together because they balance one another out!



20 Winter Outfits for Warmer Climates
White and gray look good with a dried herb jacket!


Olive Green Sweaters, Beige Bags, Black Sunglasses, Off White Tulle...
This is definitely  a classy look with dried herb!

olive red
A bold color like red would look good with this shade of green. 


olive red (clipped to polyvore.com)





Dried Herb Fashion Under $50
Other color pairings: Marsala, brown, orange, Stormy Weather, Oak Buff, Cashmere Rose, Cadmium Orange,  Biscay Bay, Desert Sage, Black, pastels 

How would you style Dried Herb?




xoxo



Lanae Bond 




6 comments:

  1. Such a great fall color! I love it paired with the orange especially. Thank you so much for linking up with us and hope to see you again next week!

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    1. Orange does look lovely with orange! I think those two colors compliment each other every well.

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  2. Great picks! I really like the red paired with it!

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    1. Thanks! I really did not know it could be paired with red until I saw it on Polyvore!

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  3. I am such a big fan of this shade of olive. I love it paired with bright colors

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    1. Bright colors do like awesome with dried sage especially red!

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