Mixing Winter neutrals is a thing and today I am sharing how you can too can do this effortlessly. From grey, to blue, black and nude, there is something so classy about mixing a single color in different shades together. Based on your comments on the Instagram photo I shared of this look this morning, I’ll say it’s a winner. Most people were interested in my maxi sweater dress, a twist from the norm. I purchased it from Asos for $30. It is still available up to a size 16, hurry before it sells out.
A shape wear is needed for this dress to define your body and hide the bits you want to focus less on. I wore one for this photo shoot. You can totally add on a skinny belt to this dress. I’ll pick a brown or nude belt.
Steps to mixing Winter Neutrals
-Stick to one color and don’t deviate far from the main color palette.
-Don’t skip the color scheme when it comes to your shoes.
-Look for different textures of the same color.
-Layer up and opt for a belt like I did when I created this Burgundy look.
My coat is by Zara. The camel coat is a classic coat both for men and women. If you are in the market for a jacket or want to purchase one since a lot of them are on sale, get a camel one. Mine is not on sale though.
Nude shoes are a classic too; my Pigalle’s are hard to find, so snag them if you are looking to add shoes you can wear for years. I have also linked some other nude options in the widget I created.
This outfit is so versatile and can be worn to a multitude of events. I am clearly not big on bags, but a nude colored bag would definitely take this look up a notch.
Thank you for reading, enjoy the rest of your day.