Hi Everyone. Me again. I'm sorry to monopolize the front page of ATD, but I have another fashion question that I could really use some roommate advice on.
I don't typically pay much mind to fashion rules. I'm comfortable with mixing non-matching patterns, I'll wear navy and black together any day of the week, and I'll wear a winter white. But for some reason there is one fashion rule that keeps me wondering. It's the policy of matching your shoes and belt. Like this outfit below.
I get it that it looks put together to have my belt and shoes match in the same shade of camel. And I like this belt with the outfit, and that's why I more often default to it. But I also like to have options.
What if I wanted to change up my accessories and wear this other belt with it?
|Shirt: American Apparel, Sunglasses: Target, Skirt: Vintage, Belts: Thrifted, Shoes: Nordstrom Rack|
Would you wear it even the brown in the shoes and belt don't match? How do you feel about matching your belt and shoes? What about if one of your accessories is a color? Does that change the ability to match and wear?
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