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10 Outfit Ideas For Girls Who Are Allergic To Wearing Color

The Huffington Post The Huffington Post 4/11/2015 Michelle Persad
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For all the girls who consider navy a bright color and reserve army green for special occasions -- we feel you. Color isn't for everyone and in fact, most times, neutral shades result in the chicest outfits.

So, to all the color minimalists out there, we have a few outfit ideas for you. Sometimes you may get flak for wearing head-to-toe black, but hey, just because you're wearing one color doesn't mean your outfit needs to be boring.

Behold, 10 cool outfit ideas for girls who are allergic to color. 

1. Instead of playing with color, play with length. Opt for a T-shirt with slightly longer sleeves and pants with a slightly longer hemline. 

2. Add interest to an outfit by adding a skinny scarf that's the same color as your top. 

A photo posted by Jenny Tsang (@tsangtastic) on Oct 15, 2015 at 7:36pm PDT

3. Army green is a neutral too. Don't just stick to black, white and gray. 

A photo posted by Niké (@specsandblazers) on Sep 12, 2015 at 8:57am PDT

4. Throw a white button-up shirt under an oversized sweater. 

A photo posted by by Lisa (@lisarvd) on Sep 27, 2015 at 2:26am PDT

5. Match your dress and your coat to make your outfit look instantly more pulled together.

A photo posted by Onyinye (@modavracha) on Nov 1, 2015 at 6:31am PST

6. There are few things that look better than head-to-toe white in the winter. 

A photo posted by Diana Z (@zhours) on Apr 21, 2015 at 10:39am PDT

7. Just because you're not wearing color doesn't mean you can't wear prints. Try a neutral pattern like an animal print. (This one's super subtle, if you take a close look at the pants.)

8. Break up a black outfit by showing a little skin. 

9. Add bright lipstick to make an outfit more lively. 

A photo posted by @qmuzi on Nov 2, 2015 at 3:38am PST

10. Stripes add texture to an outfit while keeping the palette neutral. 

A photo posted by Rima Vaidila (@rima_rama) on Oct 6, 2015 at 5:58pm PDT

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