Burgandy-ish Top from Zara/Rose Pants from NafNaf/Jacket from Anne Klein/Graceland Shoes from Dosenbach Schuhe/Belt and Snood from Zara/Purse (gifted) from Coach/Gloves (not pictured, gifted) from my sister. :)/ Miscellaneous bracelets are gifted.
In due time it will finally be spring. Honestly, I'm ready for the warm spring days and for the sun to finally peek out from behind the clouds. One thing I know I will be doing this spring is I'm going to be going crazy... for pink. And for all pale and rosy under-toned girls out there: I highly suggest it!
The easiest way to get away with any outfit using practically the same color is to make sure that each color differs by more than just one shade. It keeps you from looking like one big blob of pink. Dark shade on top, light on bottom -- or vice versa: either works, just find the right proportion for your bottom (suggestion, if you are top heavy, wear the dark color on top and the light on bottom -- this way the attention is drawn towards your legs and away from your top. Unless you are hourglass shaped, where either combination works for you, in which case: go away no one likes you).
When it comes to accessories, think about what you will be pairing them next to. If you are wearing lighter bottoms, wear a lighter belt to keep the look refined and not jumpy. If you are wearing a dark color on top and are going to be wearing a longer coat: keep it dark, like the black Anne Klein coat pictured (which is my absolute baby and is actually my only winter coat. But oh well). You could get away with a waist length white or tan jacket ,such as this one from Zara, but nothing longer, or else I personally think you will begin to become a blended mess. When it comes to scarves or bags: have them be a base neutral (to add some variety to your outfit) with hints of your main color. Nice and cohesive.
Anyway, off to go drown in homework. :) Let me know what you think, and I hope to see you soon!!