The colour Mink primarily a colour from the Brown colour family. Mink is made from a mixture of orange and brown, it can be various shades from brown to grey with a slightly mauve or pink tinge.
As I’m sure you’ve seen browns and every shade in between are very on trend at the moment as they portray an understated elegance. It can look either glamour, polished, edgy or boho chic, everything depends on your style.
To add a touch of Mink, pair the Sara Sateen Mink Bolero with any outfit for a polished look.
Depending on the shade of mink, this can affect the colours that will work with it. Mink is considered a neutral, cool colour and works well with earthy neutrals, however, without introducing various textures and pattern this colour can appear flat. We would recommend something with sequins or beads to add depth and flatter the body.
Below we show the Elle Sequin Mink Gown, a standout one-shoulder gown that features a stretch body con fit.
You may have concern that mink can wash you out however, the added detail of sequins or beads catch and reflect the light nicely ensuring a beautiful juxtaposition between skin tone and dress. Another recommendation would be the Margot Hand Beaded Cocktail Dress, embellished in glistening beads with a floral pattern and features a high boat neckline, semi-sheer beaded straight sleeves with a slight flare.
Pair this look with all warm nude accessories to give a certain classy and ladylike look, or choose a cooler beige hue to accessorise for a clean and fresh look.
The layering and other colour combinations with accessories can make you look exciting. Above pictured is the Serenity Lace Cocktail Dress, the perfect combination of layered texture.
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