Chic Style: 5 Ways to Wear Earth Tones
January 24, 2013 | by

Earth tones are a hot trend for 2013, and there is no surprise why.  There are so many different ways to wear earth tones that it is easy to get creative and incorporate the trend into your outfits in a way that fits your personal style.


1.  Shoes

Shoes are a very simple, subtle way to incorporate earth tones into your wardrobe.  They can be worn to tone down a vibrant outfit or to complement a black and white combination.


2.  Nail Polish

Nude nail polish is a timeless classic.  You can never go wrong with a simple nude polish.  It is classy and trendy all at once!




3. Lipstick

Earth toned lipstick is one of the top trends for this spring.  As the weather warms up and your skin gains color an earth toned lipstick is the perfect addition to your sunkissed skin.





4.  Blouse

An earth toned blouse makes a perfect pair with white pants in the summer or black in the winter.  Get creative and let your inner fashionista take the reins to create a classy ensemble that is sure to impress.






5. Infinity Scarf

Infinity scarves are incredible trendy this year, so why not take the plunge and conquer two trends with one item?  The earth toned infinity scarf is the perfect way to branch out and master the trends of the season.

Get creative with how you choose to wear your earth tone pieces.  You never know what you may come up with!









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About Author

Tiffany Tyler is Fashion and Beauty Writer for College Lifestyles. She is a senior at Appalachian State University majoring in Public Relations and Journalism.

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