I am extremely excited to be able to share with you this “Fashion Editorial”. It’s very rare that you come across a hidden gem; so I am aware of how lucky we are to have crossed paths with this one. “Editorial James” Stylist, Photographer and all around great guy, has taken the time out to share some of his fashion secrets with us. He has also been so kind as to add myself and another beauty “Eudine Benjamin” to his fashion Palate. As you can clearly see he has used some of his great ideas and style techniques to create some eye catching visuals. Ladies, we hope that you enjoy what he’s shared with us this month and look forward to what’s to come. Be sure to follow him on
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Earth tone is a color scheme with multiple meanings. In its narrowest sense, it refers to "any color containing some brown, the color of ground or soil (earth). It can also refer to "natural colors" (colors found in nature) such as brown soil, green leaf, cloudy sky, as well as the red sun. These palettes can create a warm, nature-friendly atmosphere.
Most times, it refers to "neutral colors", which are muted and flat in an emulation of natural colors. Neutral colors can be created by mixing two complimentary colors or combining a pure color with white, black, or gray. Pure-neutral colors include black, white, and all grays, while near-neutral hues include browns, tans, and darker colors.
Using rich tans, browns, grey and accents of blue and red helped create this Wakanda effect. Also mixing prints always add a little excitement to your look. Here we decided to use different animal prints and plaid. Remember fashion is what you buy, style is what you do with it. #editorialjames