If I'm ever in need of some outfit inspiration, one of the first places I turn is Haley Boyd's Instagram feed. She's the designer of It shoe label Marais, so it's no surprise that the L.A.-based professional has a supremely enviable footwear collection, but beyond that, her easy, vintagey style has an approachable appeal.
This past week, one look in particular stood out: a knit skirt and matching sweater in a warm rust brown, paired with an aquamarine clutch and coordinating stucco wall (yes, I'm counting the wall as an accessory—just work with me here). Now, brown is decidedly not my favorite color, but in this context, it took on a whole new charm. The muted shade was sophisticated and flattering, pairing perfectly with the spring-esque blue-green color of Boyd's surroundings and handbag.
Now, all that's left is to try the look at home—and to do so, I've been trolling the web for the best pinkish-brown and pale teal pieces to style together.
Read on to shop our top picks.
As wearable as any basic black trousers, but way more interesting.
The V-cut silhouette of the season on an approachably walkable heel.
This stretchy midi is sultry but versatile.
The contrasting cuff and collar add an extra layer to your color palette.
Aritzia is always a good bet for high-quality handbags that won't drain your bank account.
When you want to feel put-together without too much effort, this dress is a great place to start.
A grown-up alternative to your go-to denim jacket.
These are the perfect length for spring—just add block-heel sandals.
Don't you wish you were wearing this jumpsuit right now? Thought so.
It doesn't get much more glamorous than this jacquard kimono.
Play with proportions with a cropped length and XXL sleeves.
The arty hammered-gold buttons set this skirt apart from the pack.
One of the cutest bags we ever did see.
An unfussy maxi dress for warm nights ahead.
Layer a white tee underneath now, and wear with bare shoulders come summer.