STYLE INSPO Grey Is The New Black

Theyskens Theory

Theyskens’ Theory skirt via Nordstrom

Jenny here. Growing up, I was always a bit of a peacock. I loved showing off in vibrant shades of red, orange, yellow, blue, green, and violet. Basically I dressed up as a rainbow. Like any self-respecting New Yorker who appreciates fashion, there was always a part of me with a deep understanding for the power of black attire, but this was usually superseded by an intrinsic (and let’s be honest, evolutionary) desire for color.

This past year, however, all those rich hues seems to have vanished from my wardrobe. If it’s not black, white, or somewhere in between, I’m just no longer all that interested. What’s really piqued my interest this season, is grey. On the runway and on the streets, grey seems to be the new black. It can be worn up or down. It’s most native to simple silhouettes, yet it also imbues details with a layer of posh sophistication. And it’s perfect for outerwear.

Here are a few images that have been feeding my addiction.

Tom Ford FW 2014

Tom Ford FW 2014 via What Do I Wear

Doo Ri Gray Is The New BlackDoo.Ri Fall 2012 via SyleBistro

grey is the new black

image via MyDubio

Gray Is The New Blackimage via What Do I Wear

Grey is the New Black

Alexander Wang Fall 2013 via Elle.com

Grey is the new black

image via FashionClue

Grey is the new black

Ralph Lauren Fall RTW 2014 via WWD

Grey is the new black

Valentino, 2010 via ILoveRunways

grey is the new black

Stella McCartney FW 2012 via Vogue

Grey is the new Black

image via MyDubio

Grey is the new black

Dion Lee RTW 2014 via WWD

This season, I’d love to style grey overcoats with boyfriend jeans, crop grey sweaters with a silver skirt, and chunky grey turtlenecks with Nike fly knits.

xoxo

-Jenny

Jenny Rose

Jenny Rose

Editorial & Design Assistant

Jenny is a part-time New Yorker based in Tallahassee, a former Lucky Magazine and Into The Gloss intern, a knitwear shop owner, and an aspiring brand stylist. She enjoys decorating, graphic design, and of course, learning the tricks of the trade from Erika as her dutiful apprentice!

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