One of the most efficient proposal for a neutral ensemble that is super stylish is to go for lighter shades, as white, light gray, beige and its variations.
My choice was the traditional all white with a midi skirt by Lu Monteiro, with front buttons and a maxi slit along with a lightweight pearl shade blouse. To escape the obvious, I brought accessories that work as strategic points of color, with red Céline sandals, a rainbow Elena Ghisellini clutch, stud earrings by Nam Cho and a turquoise Morana bracelet.
As for my IT Girl Camila Coelho, she went for the white and beige duo with a total Gloria Coelho ensemble: Legging pants with a leather enclosure and a blouse with details of the collar!
The color palette from the latest runways are inspired by shades that cause feelings of calmness and relaxation. The white comes in cool and warm ensembles and appears in monochrome looks.
Dries Van Noten played with the high-low game, bringing elaborate pieces along more casual styles, as in Skirts and oversized pants coordinated with shirts and structured jackets/blazers.
While Chloè and Bottega Veneta bet on an androgynous style, in cotton or in tailoring, the color also gained lightly metallic texture under the eyes of Daks. Moreover, Belgian fashion designer Ann Demeulemeester also followed the color scheme during New York Fashion Week.
Beige, nudes and the earthy tones also earn their spaces. The nuances walked on the catwalks display elegance and versatility in fresh styles, ideal for those warmer days of the season.
And fashion shows, once again, its power to renew a classic every season!