There are a lot of reasons to love neutral tones — they´re neat, covert chic, and multifaceted — but the best that I know is they make you look taller especially of you wear the tones from head to toe. This spring, I encourage you to put your hands on neutral combinations, from beige to blush, and see how elegant the results are.
Here are five neutral outfits I recommend for work or for special occasions.
1. Latte Fit-and-Flare Dress
I love how versatile is this tonal patchwork. You add a pastel cardigan and a pair of pointed nude pumps, you´re professionally ready for work. But take off the cover up and swap the pumps for some fringed ankle boots and you’re ready to rock a party.
2. Buff Silk Georgette Embellished Dress
You can rock this sleeveless dress with blouson bodice as a fashion statement by teaming it with some trendy nude shoes. But if you´re to keep classic and clean for events like wedding parties or formal cocktails, team it with neat strap high heeled sandals.
3. Dusty Rose Mini Dress
The shimmery finish of this dusty rose mini dress adds a glam to its already attention-grabbing sleeveless style and twisted front accent on the bodice. Dress it up with high heels or down with flat pointed-toe smoking slippers.
4. Bare Pink Sleeveless Peplum Dress
The pleated split peplum at waistline of this bare pink dress and the almost pencil skirt make this look totally professional. It´s made for business meetings and other work-related events. To strengthen the statement; complete the look with nude accessories and nude pumps.
5. Blush Long-Sleeve Scoop-Neck Lace Sheath Dress
Go totally ladylike in this Very Wang lace dress featuring unlined long sleeves and scalloped hemline. With its red carpet elegance, you can definitely rock it to any high socialite events and parties.
Now over to you, girls, are you ready to go nude this season? How do you find the head-to-toe neutral outfits?