Fashion Cents: It’s time to color...

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

--By Kimberly Turner

...and I am not talking about using that Crayola box of 64 crayons and your favorite coloring book that you have stashed in your desk. Instead, I want you to use the season’s basics to color in your wardrobe this spring.

I often get clients who tell me that they can’t wear color; either because it doesn’t look good on them or they don’t know how to mix and match. Well, everyone can wear color AND mixing and matching should be as easy as Garanimals (you used to wear them too). So of course, I have three easy rules for coloring your wardrobe this spring:

1. Don’t use one crayon
2. Know the color wheel
3. If it doesn’t look good around your face, wear it below your waist
Watch the video now to learn how to color within the lines and see what you can color (which is basically everything).

Now, start coloring and have fun!
Kimberly Turner
Kimberly Turner, your personal style guru, is a contributing writer for Adventures in the Stiletto Jungle. Kimberly has an MBA from the University of Michigan and an Image Consulting Certification from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. Kimberly lives in the Windy city of Chicago and is the host of