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Inspired by the latte-dressing trend? Get your sartorial caffeine fix with these three easy-to-wear neutral looks


How to wear neutrals to the office

Having a collection of smart pieces in neutral hues guarantees a flawless work outfit every time. Invest in some timeless pieces like shirts, tailored trousers and jackets in shades like cream, chocolate and biscuit. Over time, you’ll have a selection of go-to looks for weekday mornings – no more rummaging through your wardrobe at the break of dawn.

These cream-coloured trousers are the perfect workwear staple to build your look around. Layer up with other neutral pieces – like a chic white oversized shirt and classic beige trench coat – and you’re ready to go. Now all you need is a latte in hand…

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How to wear neutral accessories

When you’re decked out in neutrals from head to toe, it’s a good idea to add interest to your look with different textures. An easy way to do this is via accessories, like this on-trend sling cross-body bag. Available in cream, black and chocolate, it can be casually flung over the shoulder or worn across the body thanks to its adjustable strap.

Break up a neutral ensemble with a cream-coloured woven leather belt at the waist. Shoes can add some much-needed texture, too – how about these beige lace-up trainers with faux suede detailing?

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How to wear neutrals on laid-back days

A neutral palette is a great fuss-free option for weekends or work-from-home days, too. Choosing a few key pieces allows you to mix and match, leading to endless outfit possibilities. Oversized jumpers, lighter cardigans and knitted vests make great layering staples – perfect for navigating the transition to warmer weather come spring. We love this flattering oatmeal V-neck jumper – its soft-touch fabric is irresistible.

Complete your off-duty look with the trousers of the moment: our wide-leg cords in a rich shade of bitter chocolate. They’re available in in petite, regular, and long lengths, so you can easily find your perfect fit.

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Words: Rebecca Hastings