Yes, the sweaters are a twin-set. You don’t ever in your life have to wear the 2 pieces together, if you don’t want to. But it wouldn’t be crazy to make certain that both of your accents garments are compatible, if only so that you know that your accessory choices work equally well with each piece.
And you might want to wear a twin-set some day. Crazier things have happened!
This bright blue with the olive brightens up the outfits quite a bit. For someone who adores olive but who finds it less than flattering, this kind of use of a bright accent might make all the difference.
Grey and blue are colors that men wear together ALL the time, but it’s not this beautiful cobalt blue…
These two colors are as opposite as can be, and they look great together:
This is a color combination that might cause some of us to hesitate. But when you can find so many lovely scarves that deliberate combine multiple shades of blue (as well as pieces of jewelry), it’s easy to wear this ensembles with confidence.
Brown is proving to be pretty versatile, I’d say!
I can still remember, with startling clarity, an outfit that I had when I was in graduate school, that was these 2 colors. The shoulder pads! The knee-length shorts! Oh, how I LOVED that outfit….
But that’s no reason to avoid this color combination now; colors should know no season, nor decade! (she says, warily…)
I’m still working on bright green, and I think maybe a bright pink?