7 Colors That Look Great Paired With Brown

Meet our new favorite neutral.

7 Colors That Look Great Paired With Brown

Sure, we all love black—it's the easiest shade on the color wheel to wear, right? As it turns out, brown is just as versatile, plus it's a lot less predictable. And it's both a classic color and has been a trend for the past several seasons, meaning that brown is, in fact, the new black (sorry, had to).

When paired with a variety of other hues, brown looks surprisingly sophisticated, making it a great replacement for your standard-issue black. It feels rich and luxurious with these complementary colors, and what more could you ask for in a fall wardrobe color palette? That said, brown is notoriously polarizing. Many consider it to be an "ugly" color. But hear us out and give it a chance. It feels surprisingly fresh this season in particular, and it's an unexpected departure from other more beloved neutrals.

Intrigued as to which shades work best with this rich neutral? Scroll down to see and shop the seven colors that go with brown.

Pairing your favorite brown blazer with a burgundy bag and gold jewelry is the perfect way to step up your outfit game. Mixing neutral colors looks so cool.

The light blue in this outfit adds a standout pop of color. Pairing light blue and brown makes a statement without being too loud.

You can never go wrong mixing brown and black. The two neutrals complement each other to create a sophisticated outfit. 

Army green is the color that practically doubles as a neutral since you can pair it with just about anything, but we think it looks especially great when worn with shades of brown.

Pair an all-cream outfit with a brown coat for a cozy winter look.

Different shades of a similar color, camel and brown look great together and add a minimalist dynamic to any outfit.

Add a pink pop of color to any brown outfit for a vintage vibe—extra points if one of the pieces is corduroy. 

This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated. Next, read about our editor's favorite new fashion finds.

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5 Items Anna Wintour Would Remove From Your Closet ASAP

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5 Items Anna Wintour Would Remove From Your Closet ASAP

We don't consider ourselves lemmings in the slightest when it comes to fashion. We know what we like, and can pick and choose which trends are best suited for our respective wardrobes (we assume the same for you). That said, there are a select few individuals who have a bit more, say, influence over how we view our wardrobes. Chalk it up to their decades of experience, exceptional taste, and impeccable foresight that causes us to listen extra hard to what they have to say. One of these individuals, you may have guessed, is Anna Wintour.

We don't have to provide much context here as to why we listen to Wintour's style advice; her experience speaks for itself. Though her personal aesthetic has stayed relatively the same the last 20 or so years (we could spot that bob in a crowd anywhere!), Vogue's editor in chief is a big proponent of fun, fresh dressing and embracing your own personal style. Ahead, we rounded up five pieces of advice from Wintour about what you should consider tossing from your wardrobe and a slew of shopping suggestions for what to replace it with.

“We're surrounded by so many celebrities that you feel are dictated to by their stylists and dictated to by what the press may think of them, and therefore end up in a strapless fishtail sequin dress that we've seen 5000 times." Read more here.

"I look at the street style pictures that are on our site and many other sites and I find them very, very inspiring and fun—and thank god they're not all dressed in black the way they used to be. I like seeing people making such an effort and having so much fun with it." Read more here.

"That's what I'm inspired about when I see the street style when I see someone who doesn't look like they came straight from the runway, who's actually put it together with their own personal style and invention and humor and wit. I think it's fabulous, why not?" Read more here.

"I don't really love nylon." Read more here.

“It's so interesting to me how people dress when they come in for interviews. Sometimes you feel they're wearing clothes that they just bought that morning, or maybe the night before, and not something that in any way suits their personality and who they are. I think what everyone should remember, whether they're interviewing at Vogue or indeed anywhere, that we're not hiring your wardrobe. Your wardrobe is not going to be doing the job for you—it's who you are.” Watch more here.

Want more Anna Wintour? Here are five chic-to-death trends the queen of Vogue predicted 20 years ago.

This post was published at an earlier date and has been updated.

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