Everyday Style, Fashion, Leggings, My Style Monday, Winter Style

Nice in Neutrals

Hey, guys!  Welcome back to Talk Fabulous!

Today, let’s talk neutrals.  You have your common neutrals such as white, black, and brown.  Those are our go-to neutrals.  However, there’s a whole world of neutrals out there that rarely get love such as navy and olive.  These off-the-beaten path neutrals also pair nicely with many colors just as the common neutrals do.  I decided to put that to the test today as I was recreating the inspiration pic.  The photo shows an ivory sweater paired with the brown cardigan.  Welp, I discovered I don’t have an ivory shirt that would work with this look.  Diving deeper into my clothing collection, this olive shirt caught my eye.  That could go with this outfit, I thought.  To recreate the look I paired the brown cardigan, olive shirt, black leggings, black boots with ivory cuffs, and a bold gold necklace.  This brown cardigan is a bit tricky as it’s not the typical shade of brown that I normally wear.  That’s why I went with the black boots instead of brown ones.  It works well that way, though.  What do you think of this look?

Recipe Style:

85+ Fashionable Work Outfit Ideas for Fall & Winter 2018 - Are you looking for catchy work outfit ideas to copy in the fall and winter seasons? You can find what you need here. During the cold seasons, we find... - - Get More at: http://www.pouted.com/85-fashionable-work-outfit-ideas-for-fall-winter-2018/
From Pouted

My Style:

Neutrals leggings olive cardigan
Some side notes on the pieces in today’s outfit.  Both the caridgan and the tee are from thredUP.  I love the ruffles on the cardigan.  They give the piece such a feminine and flirty vibe.  So pretty!  The olive green top is actually on backwards here.  Follow me for a second.  The front of the shirt has a keyhole opening, which is cute and all, but didn’t work well for this look.  To solve that, I put it on backwards.  This is a trick I use quite a bit.  Have a tank that’s too low in the front?  No worries, just put it on backwards.  Problem solved.
Thanks for stopping by!  See you guys in my next post!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s