DAY 5: SNOW WHITE
It stands to reason that the coldest season in the calendar would eventually embrace white. This shade might be known for keeping us cool in the summer, but turning tradition on its head and echoing the frosty winds and cold breeze in your color palette is the easiest way to dress up this Christmas season.
DAY 6: GINGERBREAD
Your favorite holiday treat can now be one of your favorite colors to wear ‘tis season. This versatile butterscotch hue should be a staple in your wardrobe all year round for it brings a little sun to cold gloomy days.
DAY 7: DARK STARRY NIGHT
Shorter days and longer nights, reflecting a dark blue tint in the sky. This is the color we see when we look up at the starry night skies. This calming shade has an understated elegance so consider adding this neutral hue to your holiday wardrobe if you’re looking to switch up from the bold reds and greens.
DAY 8: KNITTED WARMTH
The hue is inspired by the knitted things that keep us warm this time of the year.