How about a combo of natural textiles like fur, suede and leather (works in faux, too)? What would be your guess nr. 4? No knits, that would be over the top – I share my secret – it’s silk.
It looks overly expensive (and who doesn’t wanna look unaffordable, duh) paired with those three (or let’s say four, regarding the silk), for whom it’s too much, leave either the fur or leather out, or combine in moderate or mono colors (eg. all black everything)
Black, grey, taupe, beige, toffee, blush and all that neutral stuff always works. The question far more is, are you more on the warmer or colder side? Is your hair and skin tone either cold or warm? Mine is def could, emphasized in this series by the dirty blonde, grayish taupy hair. (I could never put off this reddish brown, you would never ever catch me with that, not even inside haha)
So I went for a neutral-cold combo, and of course, black always does wonders.
All of the make-up is by Anastasia Beverly Hills, kept in earthy tones. The matte liquid lipstick is in “So Hollywood”.
I bleached my hair with Olaplex to prevent harm and applied a light platinum silver taupe milkshake over it (lightest grey shade possible).
Actually, back to the materials: They go so well together, you should def try for fall or winter! It’s like paring wood, marble, stone, metals, fur and plants in interior design. All are of a natural resource and that’s why it looks very put together and harmonic.