Can you wear brown and pink together? Sure, you can. It’s the modern way to wear pink. Read how to create great looks in these colors by wearing pink like a neutral or as a pop of color or adding other colors.
Wear Pink as a Neutral with Brown
Pink comes in various hues. Picking muted or pastel variations of the color permits styling a neutral outfit in the two colors. Make sure that the pink and brown are both either warm or cold colors. Repeat the colors with the accessories. The all neutral look below remains interesting due to the different textures of the clothing items.
Use Pink as a Pop of Color to an Look in Various Hues of Brown
The plaid skirt, booties, and belt feature an all neutral brown look. The sweater is the statement. You can vary the look with different shades of pink top or brown accessories.
Which Colors Work with Pink and Brown?
Tip: Use the colors of from a sunset landscape painting or a brown and pink scarf as inspiration for which colors to add to pink and brown.
The color combinations of the Louis Vuitton scarf, for instance, inspired the look in the first photo of this post. The print of the scarf ties the color combination of the outfit all together. The otk-boots give the outfit a lean look. Recall pink – like all pastels – adds the illusion of weight. More on how to wear over-the-knee boots.
Pair Brown and Pink of Different Shades
Alternatively, try the two colors with variations of the hue. For instance, add burgundy or fuchsia or beige. In the example below on the right, a burgundy motorcycle coat is accessorized with a matching beret and fuchsia and chocolate are added with the bags and boots.
How to Wear Pink and Brown Together in a Nutshell
As shown in this post, pink can be styled as a pop of color or as a neutral. More on how to wear pink over 40. While brown is a neutral and goes with all kind of colors, it is a bit harder to style neutrals in a non-boring way.
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Photos: G. Kramm
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