How to Wear Neutrals

Fall is the best season when it comes to fashion; it's all about busting out that leather jacket, layering, and creating looks that are effortless and relaxed. Year round I go for a neutral color palette of black, white, grey, and navy, and in these cooler months, you can create a look that is muted but still dynamic. One-dimensional or monochromic looks are a minimalists go-to because they are sophisticated with little-to-no effort. Fall neutrals are on trend and here are a few ways you can wear them throughout the season.



Coach's Jacket // C/O Fairplay -- Sweater // Entity -- Chino Pants // C/O Fairplay -- Sneakers // Converse

Typically I'm not a fan of khaki or tan, but it's a color I'm slowly getting into. It's easy for the color to come off as industrial work wear, so you have to be mindful of fit, silhouette, and what you wear it with. To keep the look from heading down that path, I paired these chinos with classic Converse All-Stars, a white sweater, and elongated textured coach's jacket. 




Leather Jacket // ASOS -- L/S T-Shirt // H&M -- Pants // ASOS -- Footwear // C/O UNNOWN

This look is a part of the Fall 2016 Trend Guide, but I had to include it because it shows you exactly how you can pull off an all black look. Mixing different textures and fits together allows you to easily pull off a color that can sometimes be boring and safe. 




Slub Hoodie // C/O Fairplay -- Turtleneck // Uniqlo -- Jeans // (customized) H&M (similar) -- Sneakers // Converse

Grey is my favorite color palette. There are a few different tones and when layered together it creates a level of sophistication that can be achieved in casual or formal wear. This will definitely be my go-to palette when I'm not in the usual black.