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This fashion video shows you what colors you should be looking for in your wardrobe to match them up together for your outfits.
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Mallini: Katia, please tell me the truth.
Mallini: Do you think this outfit is well put together?
Katia: Style coach Monica De Liz is here today. And I am sure if you want a few questions by her, she will glad to help you out.
Mallini: Of course, let's go.
Katia: Okay, quickly.
Mallini: So my first question is that actually I was struggling this morning when I get out of my house because I would really like to match my purse and my shoes.
Monica De Liz: Really Mallini.
Mallini: Yes, but I am wondering if that's considered a fashion faux pas.
Monica De Liz: You don't want your clothes and accessories to overwhelm your entire look. You want to see Mallini first and then what she is wearing. If I look at your shoes, the color of your shoes is red and if I look at your bag, you see this really works. It really works why because we are not matching too much, to a point that, the bag and the shoe will takeover Mallini's appearance.
If we decide to wear a jacket, in this case Mallini. If you wear this jacket for us, what do we see first?
Mallini: The jacket.
Monica De Liz: The jacket and then with the shoe and everything, it's kind of overwhelming to Mallini. We lose Mallini. She disappears. We see all of the clothing first. You don't want people to have impression, you are trying too hard. So I really love the first option that you chose Mallini which is very subdued, very discrete; there is matching, but not to a point that is overwhelming.
Katia: In essence, it's not too much, not to make it overwhelming, and also not to choose the exact same tone.
Monica De Liz: Exactly.
Mallini: What color of jacket would you suggest?
Monica De Liz: For this outfit?
Monica De Liz: I would wear a white jacket with this look. It's stupid together but we are not trying to match too much.