Staying neutral is the best way to dress if you are not sure about your sartorial choices. Neutral & minimal is not just a style in fashion, it is also a way of living. It is simple, chic, uncluttered and always modern. It is also a classic that never fades with changing seasons or changing trends.Think neutral and you think shades of white, black, beige, grey, taupe,ivory, pewter, tan, nude, cream, sand, coffee, khaki,…these are quiet hues that never go out of fashion and blend well together. I cannot even begin to describe how much I love these shades and how 90% of my closet is stuffed with outfits in these colors. So today I bring to you a close, in-depth look of my neutral, minimal style!

When you talk of neutral clothing, you could either mix & match any of the above mentioned shades or wear varying tones of the same spectrum for a more harmonious, tonal look. Today I have curated my top twenty looks in mixed neutral shades of white, black, tan, grey, khaki, taupe, navy & denim. These looks work well during winter, fall/winter as well as other transitional periods. Adding a luxurious camel overcoat, a white fur jacket or a khaki blazer in winter can work wonders and instantly elevate these looks to something more elegant and polished. Talking about specific shades, cream is a practical and more dirt-resistant alternative to white, and both camel and tan are shades of brown that always have a look of luxury. White & black are evergreen classics that spell sophistication & grace like no other color. Shades of brown, black and cream – especially when combined in leopard print – can highlight brighter tones like burgundy, bordeaux, rose and olive. And off-course you can always spruce up your neutral looks with pops of colors in the form of brighter, vibrant accessories.

So while “neutralizing” can mean making something ineffective and reducing its power, it has another meaning entirely when applied to fashion. It is a way of empowering and energizing your personality with the right colors and right silhouettes. And the best part is that a neutral palette doesn’t really date. It’s trans-seasonal, timeless and always trendy….

Enjoy my Neutral photo gallery!

Black Pants & Charcoal Top With Silver Neck-piece, Black Strappy Heels

White Shirt With Skinny Denim, Powder blue Blazer & Tan Belt, Black Loafers

Total Black With Grey Tonal Accessories, Overcoat & Scarf, Black Chunky Boots

Denim Skirt With White Sweatshirt & White Sneakers, Pewter Bag-pack

Khaki Trousers with Black Top and Black Pumps

White Top With Black Long Skirt, Black Accessories & Silver Necklace

Beige Pants With Green T-Shirt & Black Loafers, Cream Straw Bag

Black Pants, Black Loafers, Black & White Stripe Sweater & Matching Clutch, Black Infinity Scarf

Skinny Denim, Grey Poncho, Silver Danglers & Tan Sandals

Black Denim, Black Woolen Shrug, Black Sneakers with Blue Denim Shirt, Chocolate Bag

Wide Legged Flare Denim Jeans, White Ripped Denim Jacket, Tan Sandals, Black Tote Bag

Black Flare Cotton Pants, Black Oversize Sweater, Black Ankle Boots, Tan Tote Bag

Denim Skirt, Grey Oversize Top, Black & Silver Neck piece, Black Sneakers & Black Tote Bag

Black Pants with Taupe Sweater, Long Black Boots & Silver Neck-piece

Skinny Denim with White Top & Shrug, Silver Antique Necklace, Black Mules & Ivory Bag

Black Pants With Black Turtleneck Sweater, Navy Jacket, Long Black Boots, Tan Tote Bag & Multicolored Neck Scarf

Skinny Denim Jeans With White Sweatshirt, Skin Turtleneck & Long Black Boots

Ripped Flare Denim Jeans With Blush Sweatshirt, Black Chunky Boots

Black Pants with Black Turtleneck, Long Black Boots, Black Infinity Scarf & Camel Cardigan

Skinny Denim With Ripped Grey Sweater, Grey Overcoat, Charcoal Bag and Black Chunky Boots

Well that brings me to the end of this long photo-post! Hope you will be able to draw inspiration from some or all of the above outfits and try out some neutral shade combinations while styling your next look 🙂


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