This is not a new color trend, but Taupe/Grey is kinda a big deal in the planner world right now. Let’s take a look at some planner girl eye candy.
First up is the Hermès Birkin. Hard to find an authentic one without going directly to Paris. I am in love! This color is listed on the internets as Etoupe/Taupe Grey. Retails for…$??,???.?? Prices vary greatly. This is a dream bag! It fits every planner you can think of and still has room for dessert.
If you are interested in how to get a Birkin, you can check out Kristina from Pretty, Shiny, Sparkly here on YouTube. She tells a little bit about how and why she got her Birkin. I suggest everyone watch it. Kristina shares a deep part of her life and reminds us that everyone has their “poison”.
Next is nail polish. Um…yes. Totally relevant. What am I going to have on my nails in this next plan with me? Taupe/Gray girl! Master Plan from essie is described as a mischievous soft gray. I would love to get my hands on this color! Add to cart here. Suggested retail, $8.50usd
This next color is in the same family from essie. Chinchilly, a color that has become a classic. Described as a sleek granite gray. I love this color for the office or any unboxing video. This is an easy way to look neat and well put together without taking too much attention away from the work at hand (pun intended) or the product being shown. Get yours here. Suggested retail, $8.50usd
The newest in the Kate Spade family of zippable planners. Mikas Pond Zip Around Personal Organizer in Cliff Grey. All of the girls are going crazy for the pink bonnet, but this one stole my heart. Retails for $198.00usd on the Kate Spade Website.
Here we have one from a planner and stationery addict favorite, Daiso Japan. The Tribal Flat Pouch. Retailing for only ¥200; this vinyl pouch is lined with polyester, easy to wipe clean and easy to look chic with shiny gold hardware. This is a cool pencil pouch that is fashionable enough to be used as a clutch in a pinch.
Write in Taupe/Grey! Play color 2, double ended markers by Tombow. Made in Japan, each retails for ¥100. From left to right; ash and ash brown. One end is perfect for writing in tasks and checking off appointments with a fine tip. The other end is a medium tip marker which is ideal for coloring, circling or bordering with color.
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♥ Tara K.