Spring Fashion: Neutral Essentials That Are Anything But Boring

February 11, 2010 by Tara Trombetta
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Transitioning to spring isn’t only about swapping out heavy materials and chunky textures, but also updating your closet’s color palette. One of the easiest ways to always look polished come springtime is to veer towards a solid backdrop of neutrals that balance the floral, pastels, and brights that are inherent to the season. Hang up the black, gray and and navy clothes for these softer updates you can start incorporating now:

This gorgeous and supple Banana Republic suede motorcycle jacket ($298) has all of the tough girl appeal you need in a leather jacket, with the right measure of ladylike subtlety.

Soft pink may be a bit cherubic, but a peachier hue like the one found in this slouchy Old Navy boyfriend cardigan ($16.50) is a more colorful, but equally interchangeable neutral staple.

Denim, in a light blue wash, is the perfect backdrop for bright spring accessories. One easy-going choice is this casual Chambray drawstring shirt dress ($59.50) by Gap.

A trench is a spring necessity. This London Fog Double Breasted short trench ($106) in crisp white is an affordable choice.

Fill up your closet with crucial neutrals like the essential trench, silver belt, and smoky blue chandelier earrings. Then check out the spring trends you must know about.


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