Fall’s Not-So-Boring Neutral Trend

From creamy tones to shades of grey, no surprise, neutral hues are going to dominate fall trends. As someone who loves brighter hues, I’m here for the neutrals too. Neutrals, especially when worn head-to-toe, can so easily evoke a sophisticated, timeless style. So, today, I’m sharing a look you can wear now that captures the fall neutral trend.

fall neutral trend

What I’m wearing:

White blazer (similar) | Crop tube top | Stripe shorts | Sneakers | Earrings

fall neutral trend

Before we go any further, I must rave about these Target shorts. I may or may not own them in 3 different colors. Okay, I do. They’re high-waisted, midi length shorts. While I own them in the brighter options (an orange pair and a pink seersucker stripe option), this tan stripe pair is the one I bought first. It’s the sharpest, most sophisticated option.

P.S. I’m wearing the shorts without a belt (my preferred styling here), but they do come with a self-tie belt.

fall neutral trend

I gravitated to this tan/white pair of shorts because I knew they would look so crisp with white pieces, like the blazer I added. For a little summer flavor, I’m wearing my blazer over a white cropped tube top (only $2.99 and available in several colors). My Kendra Scott earrings (now on sale) in Ivory Mother of Pearl tease out the creamy hues in this neutral ensemble as well.

To add even more cool vibes to the combination, I’m wearing my Nike sneakers (available in the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale).

fall neutral trend

So, are you feeling the fall neutral trend? I’m looking forward to playing with creamy hues, shades of brown, and shades of grey.

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3 Comments

  1. Brittany
    August 24, 2020 / 1:41 pm

    This look is SO cool and crisp!

  2. September 4, 2020 / 8:54 am

    While I do love colors as well, there’s just something about the fall time that makes me reach for neutral more than any other time of year. I especially love using leopard to incorporate neutral into my wardrobe as the fun print keeps the look from being far from boring!