Neutrals such as white, cream, nude, brown and black are not as eye-catching as bright and vibrant colors but no matter the season, they will always come in handy. For one, neutrals make you look taller. This is especially true if you team up tonal separates or better yet, opt for a neutral one piece.
Neutrals will also easily mix and blend with any color, print and pattern. That´s probably the reason they are called the basics of a wardrobe. Today, let´s take a look at some gorgeous neutral pieces you can wear in spring and summer.
Neutral Colored Maxi Dresses
Here are three different types of neutral maxi dresses. Let´s start with the Taupe Maxi Dress. It´s an elegant minimalist gown made of soft chiffon and featuring crisscross panels over a sweetheart bodice. To style it up, add simple gold or silver accessories. You can also cover your shoulders with an animal print or a cream jacket for a subtle but striking contrast.
I love the Save Water Drink Champagne Beige Maxi Halter Dress because of its comfy and interesting style. It has a drawstring halter top that ties at the back and drapes nicely on its backless style. It´s one of those gorgeous boho dresses that invite you to embrace your free spirit. I would definitely wear it with a black gladiator sandal and black fringe bag.
A casually chic dress, the black stripe maxi is perfect to hug your curves while still keeping it comfortable. I highly recommend wearing it with a black leather jacket and gutsy flat boots for evening.
Neutral Midi Dresses
Midi dresses are currently all the rage. Why not? Women are now encouraged to keep their skirts at knee length more than ever. This hem length isn´t only elegant, it´s also strategic. They make you look taller simply by bringing the attention to the thinnest part of your legs.
If you´re looking for some midi dresses to join your wardrobe, dig for a neutral piece from black and white monochrome to a whimsy white lace.
Spring and summer are the seasons best for white jeans and earthy hued cargo pants. Try a washed gray cargo with a simple white top and black pointed toe pumps, or a pair of white skinnies with an oversized cream sweater or a simple mono top.
Less is more, indeed!