Welcome back to day 7 of the 7 days Neutral challenge that I took upon myself. I won’t lie, this has been a journey and a truly incredible one at that. I now love dressing in neutrals and I have been finding new ways to incorporate a touch of neutral in my daily dressing with what I have.
I have found ways to wear my old outfits I thought I would not wear anymore giving them new life. If you have just landed on my blog then do check out the whole series from the start here.
So let’s talk about today’s look. I am calling this the lockdown chic. I mean we are on another lockdown and what better look for a Teams call than this? Put together and comfy all in one!
If anything 2020 has made wearing a casual Jogger outfits really cool to wear outside the house! And i am here to show you that this can work beautifully in neutrals too!
I wore my zara halter top here with an oversized polka dot blazer to add some print to the outfit. It can just be worn as is but when you add another layer with the camel coat the whole outfit comes together.
So here are key points to take away from this series when it comes to Neutral dressing –
> Neutral outwear may be one of the easiest pieces to style when keeping it simple. Invest in a good trench and a winter coat and you are set for years!
> Dressing in neutral doesn’t always have to be tailored, you can style it casual too.
> Dont forget black and anything monochrome is a good fit for neutrals.
> Dont be afraid to try different textures together.
> Layering is your best friend.
> Go monochrome or use different shades of the same colour for example shades of beige , champagne , cream , blush or even grey blues.
> Denim is ok too!
> Lastly keep it simple that is the essence of dressing neutral
I hope I have inspired you with this week long series and if you decide to join the challenge tag me on instagram at @colourmein.style
So see you soon!