I like teh fuzzy too. But I think sometimes we go too overboard with the matte, fuzzy, texture-y pieces because they're so much more interesting than smooth ones. I know I do. I've realized texture contrast is almost as important as color contrast and I need to choose clothes that work with the whole fit.
for sure. but where i have difficulty, is that when you do texture contrast, if you go too far, then it looks really disparate. i find it harder right now with textures than colors, to hit that sweet spot of enough contrast to play well off of each other, but not too much that its like why are you wearing those things together?
it could also be that i "only" have 3-4 gray pants, not 10. i dont even have 10 pants total, more like 8. with more items (pants or SCs), you can get various shades in various textures within the same color. blues/grays/greens/olives/browns.... but when you are working with less pieces, i think its better to start with getting good color contrast in your wardrobe, and then moving to texture contrast as you add more pieces past the foundation you have built.
just my opinion on the matter.
yowza! thank you very much, HF. sadly, i have no cords.