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A little red, a lot of tan | Buy

Unlike brick red, which has a bit of a neutral aspect to it, bright primary reds pack a lot more visual punch—a little goes a long way. Guido's post last week is a good example of how well the smallest hits of red warm up those most neutral of neutrals, tan and khaki tones. Left to right: Vintage Helmut Lang polo. Happy Socks. Brooks Brothers Black Fleece sweater.
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