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Right now I am looking at this color, which seems like it would work ok with browns and blacks and blues which I also wear of lot of , but again, probably not red. Obviously, I am not very fashionable but am trying desperately to do better.
Your words of wisdom are very much appreciated. Apparently it is now OK to wear brown and black together, but I still will never, ever do this, because I'll hear my mother's voice in my head chiding me all day long if I do. To solve this I have a bag made of both brown and black leather. Presto-no-chango, everything's ready to go all the time and always matches. I actually kind of like the look of brown and black together.
I think black everything can look more dated. That said, I find that gray is the perfect go with anything color. I like black and brown and have a great vintage Bottega Veneta Marco Polo bag that combines both colors. But I like to switch, too. In my opinion gray is the perfect purse color.
My go with everything purse colour choices are olive green and dark purple. Grey is also nice but green and purple are more fun. I'm not at all a fan of that pinky color you linked to. Purple is a wonderful, versatile color for accessories, and it's only a FAIL if you wear it with red or burgundy.
Green is an even better color, and at least in my experience it is never a fail. Finding a really awesome green bag or green shoes can be quite difficult, but it's worth the effort. I know a fair number of people who've done quite well with mustard-colored purses, too. I have a visceral aversion to the color myself, but I can see how it makes a nice accent, sometimes.
My current, everyday purse is an oilcloth bag with a black, brown, grey, and blue pattern, and it works pretty well with just about everything.
I'd trade it for the right hunter green leather bag in a second, though. There's a certain shade of brown that goes very well with black.
A muted brown, not too dark and not too light. I think a grey bag could be very versatile too, or at least I've been wanting one for years!
A bag with two neutral colors in it is really useful - I have one that's black with some tan accents, and that goes with almost everything.
I also have a pumpkin colored one that goes with a surprising range of clothes, but it has its limits. I agree that green can be very good too. I've seen bags in patterns made of different colored leathers, say brown, black, tan, and white I can't find an example at the moment and though I've never owned one, they always seemed like a safe bet for matching almost anything.
I find that a camel color goes great with pretty much anything you wear. But your concern about changing over purses is familiar, until I realized that I can just unzip and dump everything in one fell swoop. I don't need to place things in my purse delicately This realization means I am much more likely to switch my bag up.
I keep a couple in our mud room for exactly this purpose. A muted metallic like not-too-shiny pewter works well that pic isn't the best example but it's all I had time to find. I also second grey. Things like pens and tissues, I just keep in every bag, so I never have to transfer anything.
Khaki would go with navy, red, brown AND black. Really, I think you could make do with a "summer" purse in a light shade, like the khaki, and a "winter" purse in black or grey. And keep the red purse just for fun, for when you want to stand out! I have two purses that I use, depending on my mood. They both go with everything. One is a cream colored leather hobo and the other is a larger gold tote.
I especially love using the gold one--it adds a great pop to any outfit and never clashes. I'm also chiming in on gray. Gray forever and always.
I switch purses around too, but I try to keep the amount of Essential Stuff to a minimum and I know exactly what needs to be transferred each time. Of everything I use the small pink one the most and the wristlet; I don't worry about it clashing as it's five inches long.
The terracotta color you linked to looks very lovely and I shouldn't imagine anyone really scoffing at it being worn with red?
Seriously considering a gray purse next after all of these comments I think of purses as statement pieces so for me I gravitate to something kicky that makes me happy, since I have to see it all the time I'm like this with coats too. I definitely felt more fashionable both inside, because it makes you feel exciting and bold - and outside, based on people's reactions once I stopped being afraid of color and pattern, and being too stuck on closely matching everything.
Black and brown and tan and so on, it's expected, it's often not memorable. I think we tend towards what we consider practical but when you look at magazines or fashion blogs or makeover shows, being too concerned with practicality is rather dull, like you're dressed to hide rather than shine; what's the point if it's not fun sometimes? If you're not afraid of color then my favorite "neutrals" for the past little while have been bright yellow-green and cool pale blue; If you're not afraid of pattern, snakeskin is fun, and you can find snakeskin that has both black and brown mixed in.
Taupe, grey, cognac, or camel. My favorite bag right now is a Longchamps Le Pliage in Graphite, which is a smoky grey. The handles are cognac leather. It goes with any color, and is awesome for everything from workdays to weekends. I want another one in taupe! The two purses that I've been using most often are a dusty rose a little gray, and very pretty patent leather and mustard yellow leather. My work bag that fits files is black leather. There are clutch bag designs in a variety of silhouettes, and shades to match any of your outfits with colour choices including gold , black and silver.
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