This Spring/Summer the beige neutral trend is set to be big. I appreciate that those with young kids may find this a tricky look to achieve. I have to admit that up until recently I have stayed away from wearing pale colours as my youngest is not only a big hugger but also a tad messy!
For those of you who feel that the colour beige washes you out, fear not as the colour pallet is far and wide, think ivory right through to dark caramel, it also works to add another neutral to the mix.
The thing that united all the designers on the catwalk this season was that the best way to wear this colour pallet was from head to toe – Yikes!
There are a couple of rules that you can follow that will help you get this right. Rule 1 – Play with different shades of the same colour and this will help break your outfit up and ensure you stay looking stylish.[foogallery id=”2867″]
Rule 2 – If you do fancy going head to toe in the same shade make sure that you use different textures and prints to give your outfit a little more depth.[foogallery id=”2865″]
The neutral pallet is actually far more interesting than we may initially think, tonal and textural dressing is the key to success when trying to create this look. If all one tone doesn’t work for you fear not as you can see from the guide below, which I found from Pinterest shows you how to mix different neutrals for more depth.
So here are some of my favourite items out there (affiliate links included) and in particular this Marks & Spencer’s pencil skirt is a winner for the spring / summer season and easy to style.[foogallery id=”2870″]
Some of my favourite high street picks.[foogallery id=”2871″]
A look that will have you looking chic if not a little stressed at times as to how to keep your neutrals looking super clean all day long.
Love Chet x