6 Unexpected Colors That Will Look So Good With Tan Pieces

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In fashion, the term “neutral” refers to hues—black, white, beige, gray, brown—that go with literally anything. These colors can act as the foundation of any wardrobe, much like your essential basic pieces can. Or you can style them all together, making them the focus of your ensemble. But when you’re trying to figure out which colors go with tan, well, that can be easier said than done.

Summer’s the perfect time to incorporate tan into your daily wardrobe, and if you’re looking for new color combinations, there are a handful that’ll look so good with the shade. From summer brights to cool neutrals, we looked to our favorite It girls to see how they’re styling this beige-hued tone. Scroll down to see what colors they’re opting for; then shop each one to start wearing them with your tan pieces.


Hands down, this is the easiest way to pull off the summer tie-dye trend.

Wear this with a pair of heels and you’re set.

Who doesn’t love a good statement sleeve?

Chocolate Brown

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The biker short trend is still going strong.

Pair this silk blouse with a tan skirt and Mary Jane heels for an easy office ensemble.

Wear this with a lacy black bra underneath, or open with a white tank top.


Add a pair of khaki cargo pants and you’ve got your go-to summer outfit.

How cool is the detail on the waist of these jeans?

A lace-trim camisole is something every fashion lover should have in her closet.

Lime Green

You’ll be able to walk miles in these block-heel sandals.

Style this vibrant dress with wedge mules and a woven handbag.

A favorite among editors, the crinkled texture takes this slip skirt to the next level.


Throw this over a pair of wide-leg trousers and a classic camisole.

This midi skirt will make you feel dressed up in an instant. And with the ribbed-knit texture, it’s undeniably comfortable, too.

Leave it to Reformation to make the perfect summer tops.

Butter Yellow

This will look as good with a pair of jeans as it will with a tan midi skirt.

Add a beige satin jacket and you’ll have an ensemble that’s perfect for summer weddings.

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