Like anyone, we love a good pop of color every now and then, but—hear us out—all-neutral outfits are seriously chic. We also can't deny how simple they make getting dressed. Sticking to a spectrum of cream, brown, and beige means you can mix and match with abandon because all these shades go together seamlessly.
Still worried that working in the absence of vibrant hues will make your minimalist outfits a little lackluster? Trust us when we say neutral-toned dressing is anything but boring. It just takes a jolt of inspiration to get the outfits right. Think about layering textures when testing out monochrome dressing, and you'll stand out but in a subtle way. To prove our point, we rounded up some of our favorite looks from trendsetters who've tackled neutrals successfully time and time again.
Khaki can be incredibly chic when paired with neutrals or similar colors. Pair it with a cozy sweater for a luxe appeal.
Shearling coats are having a major moment right now. Opt for a cream one to pair with everything you own.
Tap into the '70s with a classic corduroy jumpsuit. The silhouette is bound to garner the best kind of attention.
Play with different shades of the same color, such as camel, to give your ensemble visual interest.
When in doubt, an all-white look is incredibly chic. For a more comfortable look, try a fleece vest paired with jeans.
If you're in a pinch, an effortless dress styled with a statement belt will look so sleek.
If you don't want to go head-to-toe in a single color, try simply matching your top and jacket to each other.
Play with different textures and styles, such as pairing an athletic hoodie with a bohemian vest and bell-bottoms.
Take your neutral look to the next level with the accessories, like your purse and shoes.
If you're not ready to quit colors just yet, try bolder colors such as camel and rust. While they're still neutrals, they'll naturally stand out.
Freshen up your blazer game by swapping out your navy one for a beige version. Bonus points if you can match a friend.
Even outerwear can contribute to your neutral-hued look. A beige puffer will be as stylish as can be, no matter what you wear.
Tone down your printed pants with a coordinated jacket and shoes. Complete the look with a contrasting neutral to take it up a notch.
If you're going to wear matching shades, use different textures or prints to give the ensemble more depth.
A pair of wide-leg trousers with a color-coordinated sweater is a foolproof combination that will always keep you looking chic.
Maintaining a color scheme while you mix and match colors will keep your outfit refreshing and streamlined.
Experiment with warm and cool neutrals to give this simple dressing trend an unexpected twist.