3 Ways to Wear The Season’s Best Neutrals

Posted November 13, 2013 by Michele Cocouture in Building Your Brand
Left to Right:  1) Jacket – Muubaa, Dress – Phase Eight, Boots – Stuart Weitzman, Purse – Givench, Scarf – Alice & Olivia  2) Sweater – Calypso St. Barth, Leggings – Isabel Marant, Booties – Zara, Purse – Tory Burch, Scarf – Oasis 3) Cape – no name, Dress – Bash, Purse – Coach, Booties – Loft, Scarf – Burberry

Fall is the best time to be wearing neutral colors.

Not only do they give you a stylish look for the office or the weekend, but they are great pieces to layer. Invest in a nice neutral scarf and it can add that extra touch to any outfit!

Here are 3 ways to style the season’s best neutrals:

  1. Edgy Grey – while it may be grey outside, this outfit will surely brighten up your day inside the office.  This edgy yet polished look is a great look and the boots can easily be interchanged with black pumps.  Grey is great with black and you can mix different patterns and textures.
  2. Bold Beige – beige may seem like a boring color but with the right accessories you can make the entire outfit pop.  The leopard scarf does the trick with this look or you can interchange a pair of leopard boots instead.
  3. Classic Brown – like the changing leaves, there is nothing like chocolate brown hues in the Fall.  There are many shades to work with to give you a sophisticated look to conquer a full day at the office.

About the Author

Michele Cocouture

Michele is a goal oriented and overachieving career gal, style blogger and artist. She spends her days negotiating acquisitions for a Fortune 500 company. Seeking a creative outlet, Michele combined her business savvy with her love of fashion and started a personal style blog with the goal of inspiring other career women one pencil skirt at a time. Michele holds a Master of Business Administration from UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of British Columbia. Learn more about Michele's style by visiting her blog at http://cocouture.org or you can follow her on https://www.facebook.com/cocouturedotorg