Rust color theme

Rust color is exceptionally pretty in sunshine! The resembling of red-orang-brown colors gives a super sweet and warm feeling!

Usually rust (or brown) doesn’t flattering yellow-skintone. One solution is wearing a bright colored (here, orange) scarf over, which definitely helps bright up the face.


Sweater: Vince

Pants: JBrand

Shoes: Chie Mihara (true to size)

Scarf: pleats please issey miyake (bought here)


5 thoughts on “Rust color theme

  1. robin April 19, 2012 at 9:20 AM Reply

    I am not fan of this conbination,sorry… have tried too hard to put similar tones together, however with the scarlet scarf jumping out, the total look is not so appealing to me.Don't be mad at me if I am totally wrong. I am still a big fan of your blog.

  2. sunny April 19, 2012 at 10:03 AM Reply

    I like your hair. Can you blow dry your hair after shampoo? How do you manage it after wash? I'm thinking to get a digital perm too. thanks

  3. Lin April 19, 2012 at 7:36 PM Reply

    Hi Yuan,Nice outfit! I was wearing the exact same shoes today. I like the scarf.and you should do an episode on the scarfs. I'm waiting for my NM GC to get a scarf. I will ask you for your opinion later. Lin

  4. fabbylife April 20, 2012 at 6:57 AM Reply

    Thanks! We always like different voice.

  5. fabbylife April 20, 2012 at 7:00 AM Reply

    I blow dry hair. My hairdresser told me to seperate hair in 4 portions, and tweest toward the front (left two portions tweest clockwise, and right two tweest counter-clockwise) when you blow dry them. Digital perm gives your more curls after you dry your hair.

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