What to Wear

20 October, 2021

What to Wear – Add colour to your fall neutrals

This fall, earthy tones in monochromatic fashion are taking centre stage but if you aren’t careful, you might just end with a boring look over all. So how can you retain that deep colour glow and not look lifeless? We’ve got the answer in this what to wear edit for you!
Start off with choosing a neutral that you are feeling more this season; pick from soft whites, camel beiges or stone greys. Don’t delay reaching out to our stylist for a Luxury personalized shopping experience.

Next, ensure you chose a one of a kind focus piece, we picked an open wool knit cape by Joseph in a beautiful nickel grey.

So instead of your regular coat, try and create interest by choosing something with a certain extra.
Luckily Joseph has coordinated several pieces of their winter collection and you can match lovely pieces like wide knit pants and a high roll neck with this cape. We’ve chosen only the high roll neck and paired it up with Stouls’ Santa Maria leather miniskirt.

This leather skirt adds texture to the outfit and will help accentuate our pop of color feature; a pair of Paris Texas’s croc-effect leather high boots in a gorgeous jean blue tone.

The addition of colour in a unique tone really helps bring life to the neutral over all feel. You can chose from tones of burgundy, emerald greens or deep blues for that lil extra. Be careful not to go over board by matching with a same colour bag and so we’ve added Balenciaga’s python effect hourglass bag which is slowly become a cult favourite. The bag helps retain the monochromatic feel to the outfit but with a shaded twist.

Fold triangular sterling silver hoops in a matching denim blue shade from Bottega Veneta and Poppy Petite Octagonal sunlasses in a blue to grey ombre effect have will help you bring this whole look together without going overboard with color.

Shop this complete look now by clicking on the images below or tell us how you are styling your fall neutrals, we love to hear from you!

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