Introducing: The 6 New Ways To Wear Neutrals


From a tailored eggshell trouser to a metallic rose gold knit, these six new styles prove that shades of nude and beige are anything but boring. Here's how to work them into your everyday wardrobe...

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1. The tailored trouser

When it comes to workwear, an all-black, navy or grey spectrum can feel like it’s the safest (and smartest) colour palette to live in. But, in reality, adding a neutral trouser option to your closet will not only work seamlessly with existing corporate colourways but it will also add a feminine dimension to your office attire. Paired with a printed shirt or styled tonally, use a pair of beige trousers to expand your 9-5 dress code.

2. The oversized knit

Loose jumpers can often err on the casual side of clothing, but when elevated with a metallic, rose gold finish, the Lottie style becomes a neutral option with plenty of pizzazz. Dress it up with fitted shorts and sky-high heels so it quickly becomes the focal point of your ensemble, or take the look into a more off-duty territory with simple flat sandals and relaxed denim. 

3. The BLush dress

Say hello to the most timeless buy of the season: a classic work-to-weekend dress. With a fit-and-flare silhouette, the Millie offers endless versatility for morning, afternoon and evening plans. Layered with a sharp blazer and court heels it provides a summer-appropriate workwear option, or teamed with matching shoes and a light pashmina, it transforms into an instant occasionwear essential.  

4. The easy cami

A non-negotiable item for summer, nude tops offer a balance to the ever-present loud prints, pops of colour and complicated silhouettes of the season. In a silk-blend fabrication, the muted Mabel camisole offers easy comfort while the warm beige colourway perfectly offsets a sun-kissed glow. Simply accent it with high-shine jewellery and a matte red lip for an instant after-hours lift.  

5. The fitted skirt

If you can relate to being on the shorter, rather than taller end of the spectrum, create the illusion of longer legs with the fitted Tate skirt. Wearing neutrals on the lower half of your body can appear to add extra inches, as well as streamline your shape for a flattering fit. Keen to add a pop of colour? To make your accessories the focus of your look, build in off-white and cream colourways to create a polished blank canvas. 

6. the light jacket

As the sun goes down, layering becomes an essential styling directive, especially as summer draws to a close. If the temperature is not quite cool enough for a heavy coat but still has a noticeable chill, turn to the Aries jacket for a stylish in-between solution. Fabricated in butter-soft suede, the subtle zip detailing adds to the sophisticated sensibility of the style, allowing you wear it for even the most formal occasions.