Gray can make you easily to look like a wall flower. Pair gray with red to stay out of the crowd of business casual winter looks without looking over the top. Read and see how to pair these colors in stunning looks.
- Can You Wear Gray and Red Together at Work?
- Try a Gray and Red Outerwear Look
- Which Coat to Pair with Red Pants
- Further Reading on Great Color Combinations
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Can You Wear Gray and Red together at Work?
Red and gray is as stark a contrast than black and red, but looks way more professional and work appropriate. The bold striped sweater paired with a classic tweed skirt and vintage MOSCHINO belt and a red dominated arm party make a nice winter separates look. Wrapping a gray cashmere cardigan over the shoulders and adding slouchy suede boots give this classic outfit of skirt and twinset a relaxed, casual feeling.Add a twist to a classic look with slouchy boots. #agelessstyle #workoutfit Click To Tweet
Try a Gray and Red Outerwear Look
You can keep the red and gray theme also for your outerwear as is shown here with a gray pom pom hat, gray shades-black chevron cashmere scarf, red Celine bag, red gloves, and red Kieselstein Cord belt. The tribal belt buckle even has some touches red. Gray and red are perfect colors for accessories to go with a black coat. While red and black together when being the only colors can easily go into evening/night out territory, paired with gray they make a very fun day time choice. What do you think?
Which Coat to Pair with Red Pants
A gray blazer, downcoat, pea coat or classic duffle coat are great pairings with red pants.
Further Reading on Great Color Combinations
Learn more about great color combinations that make you stand out, but don’t look over the top. Read why olive is the new black.
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