Gracey Wears: Warm Colors

No, not those warm colors.  I’m talking about clothes that are warm and are a color, instead of the usual winter black:

gracey the giant in LOFT pants, cashmere sweater & wool printed scarf

gracey the giant in LOFT pants, cashmere sweater, wool scarf & Franco Sarto boots 2

Although, I guess technically the sweater counts as one of those warm colors as well.

On Friday, which is when I wore this, it was freezing here in Pittsburgh and made even colder by the wind.  And all I could think to wear was layers of black.  Because it seems that all my warmest clothes are black and gray.

But, I didn’t want to wear black and gray.  I wanted to wear color.  Of course, I also wanted to be warm.  So I dug out a bright cashmere sweater and paired it with some non-black pants:

gracey the giant in LOFT pants, cashmere sweater, wool scarf & Franco Sarto boots 3

I also added a printed wool scarf:

Thrifted mustard cashmere sweater, thrifted wool scarf & gifted pearl drop earrings


And it worked; I was warm and colorful.  Just the way I like it.

What about you, Reader Friends?  Do embrace color during the colder months?

Thanks for reading, All!


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Sweater – thrifted cashmere – similar
Pants – LOFT – similar color, similar cut
Scarf – thrifted wool – similar
Earrings – gifted – similar
Boots – Franco Sarto “Eminent”

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3 Responses to “Gracey Wears: Warm Colors”

  1. Ginger

    Yes! Color in warm clothing! I cannot stand to wear nothing but black
    and gray, and even all dark colors can get me down. I drove to three
    different Kohl’s yesterday to track down a purple long-sleeve sweater
    dress. I wasn’t about to settle for the black, gray, or marled versions!