Control the amount of color you're showing with a long tunic, jacket, or, as shown here, poncho.
Neutrals look lovely against color. Consider charcoal, camel, even a deep aubergine.
Balance a skinny silhouette on the bottom with a looser, more flowing top.
There's a time to blend in and a time to stand out. If you really want to light up a room, don't pair a shiny top with black; brightly colored pants have lots more pop.
Wider cut, boot-leg pants actually slim hips.
The higher the heel, the longer-looking the legs.
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