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STYLE - YELLOW MUSTARD TREND

‘Even if you have faith as tiny as that of a mustard seed, you can move mountains
Mustard has been dated from way back, ranging from the seeds, to spice, to oil extract and now to color as a fashion trend. Mustard color has various shades and tones, with Mustard Yellow being my favorite. Mustard yellow is classy, it has a rich blend of yellowish brown bronze undertone, it’s cool and soothes all weather.
3 TIPS TO ROCK THE YELLOW MUSTARD :
MAKEUP: because of the brown undertone of the yellow mustard, a bright color is needed to wear this outfit, so u can’t go wrong with a smoky eye, glam up with a red lipstick.
ACCESSORIES: A chunky gold accessories would go well because of the brown undertone, so you can never go wrong with a bold necklace or bracelet.
MATCHING COLORS: The yellow mustard can be worn with a pair of grey or blue jeans, it can be worn with coffee brown, purple, red, green, blue, black and white.

See the various ways to rock the mustard.
me rocking yellow mustard belt & bangle

kerry washington


yellow mustard on the red carpet


yellow mustard with chunky accessories

 
tanesha of girls with curves rocking a mustard blazer

tanesha of girls with curve


aldo synthetic flat shoe & accessories to rock the mustard
a touch of mustard, red, and denim

a touch of mustard for class & work

coffee brown with mustard

red goes well with mustard

mustard and leopard print

now you know how to rock your mustard if you have any or a touch of it, its classy and rich, the colour of  dehydrated leaves during the dry season, reminds me of mustard.


Comments

  1. yes mustard rocks, its a must have 4 every gal. MUSTARD ROCKS!!!

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  2. I like purple. It drives me crazy. I'm not convinced in bbm folding hands face lol.

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  3. yeah its good to know you have rocked mustard and it worked for you. @Nkem am happy to know you love purple, but not more than i do. Its my birth month color Amethyst and it symbolizes royalty. As a fashion lover, i love colors, i experiment with colors, that is why this post focus is on mustard. Give it a try. I like your blog

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  4. Yellow mustard not bad atall,@honourable u look fab on it

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  5. Sweet gurl, your pictures are beautiful. Good work you're doing down here and thanks for the tips... Weldone

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  6. tanx steph love, tell mogor's coutour to get ready. @ Lynbel dearie, hope you would try to rock mustard soon, send it to me for my next post of who rocked it well. Tanx dears

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  7. Owkay...will do.

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  8. Finally I see the post, love it and loving your blog as well! x

    www.thechameleonblogger.com

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