Chic Neutrals

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If you want to add a touch of elegance to your autumn/winter outfits, wear NEUTRALS

There is no way you can go wrong by mixing them- no matter how you do it, it will still look sleek and elegant!

MUST HAVES:

-camel coat/white/black/gray

-big black/white/beige/camel/tan/brown BAG

-a total black outfit (top and pants, dress or skirt)

-a total white outfit (top and pants, dress or skirt)

-a pop of color-it can be a red scarf or bag, shoes or any vibrant color accessory

-animal print shoes, bag, scarf

-neutral sweaters

-over the knee boots

camel street style fashion trend fall 2014 outfits coat chunky knit cardigan sweater

HOW TO:

-total black or white under a camel coat

-50 shades of gray+a camel scarf

-mix of neutrals+one animal print element

-mix of neutrals+red scarf

-50 shades of beige+one big black bag

-beige+white+khaki

-beige+black+khaki

-mix of neutrals+over the knee boots

Neutral colors include hues like beige, black, gray, ivory, taupe and white. Neutral usually means without color, but these hues sometimes have faint undertones of blue, gold, peach, pink, tan and yellow.

Neutral colors do not show up on the color wheel. People in fashion, decorating and other professions that use colors prominently refer to neutral colors as earth tones. These colors have a flexibility and visual balance that works in a number of settings. They also have a classic, subtle feel in rooms, clothing and furniture that also make use of bolder and more vibrant colors in their designs.”

Go check your closet girls!

Chic Neutrals

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