Fashion is easy this fall. Relaxed shapes and easy fits work best after a year spent in sweats. There are benefits to being neutral. Clothing this season can be clean and elegant or cosy and relaxed. It all works. Outfits in shades of beiges, taupe, olive and more are flattering and pure. Nothing here is too busy. Spare and cool this work this season. And it is supremely easy to wear and accessorize neutrals. Casual chic or sleek chic. Add something new to your wardrobe and you will be set for the season. Why not come on a tour of some of the stores in the New York. See the newest looks in town.
There are so many ways to wear neutrals. The cosy camel caridgan over a jersey dress from Maison Margiela or a taupe pleated statement dress from Issey Miyake. Both work.
Dries van Noten works a beige sweater dress over a clean white shirt. This has all the trends of the season. Neutrals. knits, vests and white shirts.
Preppy looks good too. Leave it to Max Mara to make camel head-to-toe look snappy. Also note all the neutral coats at the back of the boutique.
Adding a camel sweater with travelling stitches lightens up a black dress.
And St. Laurent would love it if you donned this lucious camel turtleneck, or tried on the caramel leather blazer. Both great ways to show the benefits of being neutral.
Trench coats are a statement this season. This one piped in black looks great over a mustard outfit.
Bottega offers a compelling camel knit outfit. Ribby and comfy, this is the replacement for the sweats of yesteryear.
Stella McCartney leads the eco way with a cool faux fur, The mixed up neutrals with black and ivory make it a wear with everything piece.
Fair-isles are big this year. This happy one works with black. The fluffy camel loafers are a perfect add on.
For a bit of glamour, try Azzedina Alaia’s pointelle flared dress.
Knit dressing head to toe is definately back. I am not so sure that this outfit is not a bit to monochromatic. A pop of color would make it a bit more exciting. The beige is just a little too pale.
Kim Jones’ Fendi does have a new look. This taupe oufit with the multi-wrapped neck is a standout. The color enhances the design.
Neutrals do work when mixed. The brown shorts and the beige topped are notched up by the tall brown boots.
Brown can be a neutral too. The puff sleeve dress from Jil Sander is a great transition piece.
ALC offers a plush coat in patched neutrals. Again, yellow is used as a pop color to lift the look up.
Fendi also offers a khaki dress. The easy fit and scarf neck make this a go-to outfit.
Playing a khaki short against a beige sweater set definately works. This look is calm and playfull.
But this mix of pale beige and olive from Bottega Veneta falls a bit flat. It looks terribly mumsy, considering the prices.
Galliano’s Maison Margiela offers a chic and sleak puffer using the brands Grand Slam quilting to make a cosy winter statement. Work it with a beige v neck and jeans for maximum effect.
Neutral olives look good this fall as well. The work-wear vibe is on trend this season for sure.
Some people can never get enough of olive. The tonal shades of the coat, skirt and bag look like fall.
Sacai does a wonderful cosy mix of shearling, canvas and fisherman knit. Woodsy and a marvelous mix of neutrals.
One of the benefits og going neutral is being able to wear camo prints. Another Sacai piece plays printed faux fur and nylon against one another beautifully. Also note the caramel Fendi fur at the left.
Sometimes camo prints mix with animal prints, and an interesting neutral print becomes a fun to wear jacket.
The newest bag from Fendi is the Fendi First clutch. The signature F frame closure is the new signature of the brand.
Bottega Veneta’s bag sports a very this season heavy chain. The gold and caramel work well together.
Neutral bags from Fendi will enhance any outfit, in many colors. Take your pick or take all of them.