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Low calorie Awesomeness – Chocolate Chic

If you are searching for a new alternative to black, chocolate brown might fit the bill perfectly. While still a part of the neutral colour palette, chocolate is warmer and richer, and flatters golden skin tones in the most gorgeous way possible.

Chocolate is the new black, people! It is one of the most sought after colours this season. Many people think that chocolate is just plain boring. But read on and see how BM changes your view.chocolate

The Little CHOCOLATE BROWN Dress

Sure, the traditional LBD is a winner, but if you are looking for something other than the basic black, yet want to retain the classic simplicity it offers, look no further than Chocolate. Whether you are headed to a glamorous party or just going out on a date with that special someone, the Little Brown Dress is your perfect solution.

Kiss and Match-up

Own a cool pair of Chocolate pants or a classy Chocolate top, but don’t know what colour to match with it? Here’s the answer. Chocolate goes with all earth tones, may it be olive green, khaki, burnt orange, dark red or black. You can also team up Chocolate with neutrals like whites, greys, blacks, creams, ivorys, tans, and taupes. We also love the look of Chocolate with navy, purple, peach, pastels or with warm buttery yellow. But if you want to experiment with your look, here are some interesting colour combinations for you-

Chocolate and Rose: This is a chic colour combo. A pair of Chocolate pants or a skirt with a pale rose pink top gives a nice feminine look that is warm and inviting.

Chocolate and Baby Blue: Baby blue is a nice, soft blue colour that looks good on most people. Go mod with a baby blue top under a Chocolate brown sweater or blazer. Soften that Chocolate suit with a baby blue knitted top.

Chocolate and Metallics: Bring out the rebel in you. Steal the show with Chocolate pants paired with a trendy metallic top.

The Shoe Story

Chocolate shoes look great with brown and grey pants. Also, Chocolate shoes with khaki pants are evergreen. Don’t be afraid to clash Chocolate shoes with a dark green skirt. Whatever combination you make, just make sure that your shoes and your belt are in the same colour family.

So, how about a taste of chocolate this season?

Shreyasi Ranjan

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