There are three kinds of people: those who exuberantly embraces colour in winter, those who are reluctant and the neutrals!
There is something so chic about an all neutral palette.
What are neutrals? Neutrals are a palette that has colour but effectively muted.
The five most common neutral colours are cream white, beige, black, white, brown, and grey.
More Neutral Hues include Sand, Olive, Nude, Tan, Light Grey, Camel, Mocha, and Charcoal.
While Neutral Prints include Stripes, Plaid, Gingham, Leopard and Fabric- Chambray/Denim.
There are many ways to invent your unique version of your colour tone, and winter wardrobe pairing neutrals.
The neutral tones blend perfectly with pops of pattern, subtle hues of colour, and lots of creamy winter whites.
So this winter we take style cue from the impeccable force of a woman, Stephanie Sandridge, who styled this stunning tan leather, neutral look to a premium and refined style taste.
She did a neutral colour shock, layered neutrals on neutrals for a fresh look.
Is there anything more luxe than a head-to-toe tonal look?
Leather is another perfect texture to incorporate into your winter neutrals to give a stylish authority.
We are going the effective yet stylish way with beige, brown and deep nudes as winter neutrals.
Apart from providing a sleek backdrop of style, neutrals can be a great time buster in instances when getting ready and makes getting dressed seem equally effortless.
When running out of colour options, neutrals make any outfit feel well thought of and impeccable.
Why neutrals this winter?
Neutrals are the foundation of a capsule wardrobe because of their style savviness and timelessness.
Moreover, neutrals adds an air of formality and versatility to your overall look.
Enjoy experimenting a little with neutrals, add texture to elevate and add depth to your look.
They are the colours to choose when you are making an investment purchase.
Photography | Art by Shalom
Muse | Stephanie Sandridge
Stylist | Thapelo Letsebe