Anyway, the colour grey is dull and, honestly, not appealing. Yet, it made it into the world of fashion as a significant colour. And not only did it make it into fashion, it also made it into the world of interior design. That's right. People have grey rooms in their homes.
I don't hate the grey trend. I wear quite a lot of shades of grey (Is this a pun?) myself. My favourite grey piece is my long knitted jumper/shrug thing. I'm not completely sure what it's classified as since I've worn it as a dress as well. I'll try and get a picture of myself in it. I've worn it nearly everyday for about a week now but I'm terrible at remembering these things so don't count on it.
I'm pretty sure that the only reason why I wear grey is because, like with all of my black and white clothing, it goes with pretty much anything. It's an underrated base colour and it does go incredibly nice with pastel shades (none of which I own. I'm more of a "bold colours" girl. I love my dark purples and reds).
The colour grey is one of those things that sort of passed everyone by without anyone knowing. It's a colour that we've just decided to accept as a fashionable colour without really realizing it. Even the guys I hang out with wear grey and they're some of the least fashionable people I know (sorry).
That's all for now. Stay beautiful x