From deep camel to a light hint of beige, nude can be worn in a wide spectrum of tones that bring to mind nature’s softest influences. Whether you wear it from head to toe, or broken up with your favorite black statement piece, nude never fails to go a long way, and be just as statement-making as the season’s most colorfully saturated pieces.
In actuality, its minimalist look and clean character leaves room for the imagination to flow, making it one of the most versatile color foundations around which to work a look. It evokes timelessness, for it is not defined by a certain decade, nor does it try too hard to be noticed by being overly decadent. Yet it cannot help but stand out, as it gracefully mimics images of perfection like the purity of flawless baby skin, or a fresh scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Generally, it’s safe to wear standard grey with any other color along with its monochromatic shades. Grey color is like black and white—a wardrobe staple that never goes out of season. A neutral color, grey can almost be worn with every shade.
Slip into boyfriend jeans that you’d never let go. It’s the month of love, but ife you’re riding solo don’t be distressed…here you’ll find the perfect boyfriend for you. Get ready to go steady with the relaxed fit and flattering cuts of boyfriend jeans. See why there’s an obsession with this classic denim staple and its easy-going trouser silhouette.
Adding a pop of color to keep the outfit fun. This oversized yellow envelope clutch definitely does the trick!
STYLING NOTE: Cuff your denim, then add strappy heels for an effortlessy-chic aesthetic that’s day-to-night friendly.
blazer + boyfriend pants
Boyfriend pants can look really classy with the right stuff!
In the world of wardrobes, it’s time to take inventory of the staples in your closet. We’ve all got some tees and jeans that have seen better days. Retire them and bring in a new guard that can carry you through the whole year.
T-SHIRTS Black, white, or grey. Dressed up or down. T-shirts are the foundation of any closet. Stock up on two or three of each color. DENIM If you’re like most of mortals you’ve got a stack of jeans in your closet, and you only wear about three pairs. Set those three aside and get rid of the rest (if they’re barely worn, donation is always a great option). Your closet will be organized, and you won’t feel guilty when you pick up a new pair SWEATERS Plush knits make morning dressing truly effortless—perfect for casual Saturdays. Build out your own stack of classic stripes, solids, and polka dots BUTTON-DOWNS The classic that defines staple dressing, even a wrinkled shirt feels refined, thanks to its tailored detailing. Every closet needs a plaid, chambray, and white version, and it doesn’t hurt to sprinkle in a few other prints and solid shades.
Tone-on-tone dressing is a simple way to work the latest color trends into your wardrobe. Not only is green huge this season, but because of the variety found in this hue, green can make for some incredibly striking monochromatic looks.
The tints and shades run the entire spectrum of blue and yellow. Taking advantage of this wide range not only adds depth, but helps you avoid the Green Giant effect. Bright kelly green and chartreuse are great for one element of your look, but they need to be tempered by forest, mint or deep emerald.
Khaki greens send a relaxed weekend vibe, especially when combined with greens that veer toward olive and grey. White, black and grey can be useful accents too. Most importantly, remember to keep a face-flattering green up top. Intense lime or neon greens can be tough for a lot of women, but are perfect for a skinny belt or a clutch.