Since I turned thirty, I noticed that my taste leans more towards neutral colors. I have a fetish on nude hues. I find them really versatile, elegant and powerful at the same time. One nude hue that is trending this fall is natural oatmeal. Basically, it looks like the color of your fave morning oatmeal.
This color is great for professional women, and those who prefer subtle statements that are easy to style with. Check out these four oatmeal naturals for fall.
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1. Chay Long Cardigan
We´re keeping things basic here, but this outfit shows your two sides. You are both strong and feminine. Your natural color will guide you to silence in the background, where you´ll observe and analyze people, but your power black will take the stand if it´s your turn to speak, or you´re ready to make a point. Keep it clean and structured.
2. Olive Cashmere Scarf
Let´s do some fall workout. Oh! The fun of layering! Take a light pink sweater to wear with some black skinny trousers and black ankle boots, and put on an oatmeal, show stopping scarf worn as poncho.
You can put the scarf in place by cinching the waist with a slim belt. Be inventive; try bright colors for your belt. Add more fun to the look through this drawstring black bag.
3. Caleste Fitted Coat
This look is for high profile social events. Create a combination of wine hues—rich marsala or cherry—polished with a hint of black and fur, then pull everything together with this wool-blend classic coat in oatmeal hue. It´s about learning how to soften creative + sophisticated colors.
4. Ike V Neck Sweater
This is something I really want to wear in fall, chic casual. I will probably layer under this oatmeal tunic sweater a white fitted pullover + fitted tanned shorts, and then rock the party with a pair of classic-shaped, over-the-knee black flat boots.
I like adding some hints of colors, so I will polish the outfit with a cute red shoulder bag and a watercolor scarf.
What do you think, girl? Is oatmeal natural a color you will try this season?