How To Wear Neutral Colors
I love wearing neutral colors, no matter the season or occasion, you can do no wrong and always look elegant and classy in neutrals. In today’s post, “How to Wear Neutral Colors and Look Stylish” I wanted to share a gorgeous outfit in neutral colors for women who love to wear skirts.
To make the most of your closet you should build your wardrobe staples with neutral pieces. Neutral colors include shades of black, white, ivory, cream and gray. I also like to add earth tones like tan, taupe, olive, sand, sage and burnt orange. These colors can be worn well together without one color being overbearing.
For this outfit I have paired black, gray and brown, which sounds so boring, but the skirt pops with it’s crazy stroke pattern and brings vitality to the entire look.
‘Made By Johnny’ Women’s Elastic Waist Stretch Midi Knee Length Pencil Skirt for the office or night out, dress it up or dress it down. Available in different colors, with different patterns and Plus Size up to 3 XL.
Wear a sexy, plain V Neck Cami with thin spaghetti straps from Amazon, available in more neutral colors.
Add these Oversized Sunglasses for the diva in you and this style is not going away any time soon
How to wear neutral colors when you are over 50
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