Who says beige is boring? If the subdued hue has always been something you’ve sidestepped in favour of bolder, brighter colours then you’ll be pleasantly surprised that beige in elevated separates is quickly becoming one of the go-to pieces for summer. This top is a great example. With its one-shoulder neckline, puff sleeve and bow detail, it’s a piece that will certainly lift any outfit. I’m definitely bookmarking it for party season. While these tapered pants turn a tailored silhouette into something contemporary with its finishing details. The belt feature and button tabs at the ankles are the kind of considered details that can really elevate a piece, particularly when working withe neutral tones.
I wanted to keep this look quite tonal so I opted for accessories that weren’t going to contrast too much but at the same time, weren’t going to fall flat. So I went for a simple, structured clutch bag. The white contrasted with the gold trim is elegant and sleek. I knew I wanted to carry the gold tones throughout, so a chain link necklace by Manning Cartell was the perfect piece to accessorise with. The finishing element was my Bottega Veneta mesh heels, which are a similar hue to my outfit, but the bold design added an additional point of interest to my ensemble. When it comes to playing wiht colour, I’m definitely enjoying mixing and matching neutrals to create a really considered outfit with depth.
Photography: Sophia Athas