Focusing on neutral colors clothing for my capsule wardrobe has made getting dressed so easy! Today I am styling a neutral beige sweater for the third time, this time a much more casual look.
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Neutral Colors Clothing – Beige Sweater Casual
I am back for week three of styling my beige sweater! The first week, I styled it casual with black skinnies and black tennies in Minimalist French Capsule Wardrobe a Neutral Sweater. The second week, I did it a little more dressy with leopard flats, a cute purse and added a necklace in Neutral Sweater Restyled Slightly Dressy. I am back today with a third look, the most casual look of them all.
For this look, I have taken the same Philosophy Sweater and paired it with Lee Modern Cut Jeans and my favorite Michael Kors, blush loafers. This is the most casual look of all and probably the one that you would find me in the most. Since I work from home most of the time, I dress very casual. I need easy wardrobe pieces that are comfortable, but still look good if I want to run some errands.
Spring Capsule Wardrobe Coming Soon
I have started working on my spring capsule wardrobe (even though winter came back this week!) and will try to post about it next week. My big decision is if I want to stay with blush as my accent color or switch the soft blue that is in the Classy Yet Trendy’s Spring Capsule Wardrobe. I like the idea of adding blue, but I also love my blush. Both colors are so softly saturated that I consider them neutrals and therefore super easy to work with. I think I’ll leave my options open, if I find something I like in the soft blue, I’ll get it, if not, I’m fine with my wardrobe from last year.
Some soft blues that are looking good to me right now: LL Bean Blue Oxford, Cute Pajamas, Striped Boho Shirt.
More blush possibilities: Michael Kors Watch, Blush Trench Coat, Blush Ruffle Trimmed Trench Coat.