Have you ever tried to style an outfit using solely neutral colors? Neutrals are sometimes seen as dull and boring but really are the complete opposite. Colors like grey, tan, beige and more are considered neutrals and are typically paired with other bolder colors and prints. However, when you pair them together, they can really make a chic, cohesive look. One of the great things about neutral tones is that they can be mixed and matched very easily. So, I wanted to style my own take on a Winter Neutrals outfit.
Wide Calf Boots
A Winter wardrobe essential is a great pair of boots. If you have wide calves like me, that can be a somewhat difficult task. There aren’t nearly as many options for wide calves, fashionable boots out there Luckily, I stumbled upon these beautiful camel colored, suede boots on Simply Be’s site. The site lists the calf circumference per size, which is super helpful because not all wide calf boots are created equal. I got them in the mail and they fit perfectly. I highly recommend!
Mixing Winter Neutrals
As I mentioned earlier, mixing neutrals to make your own look is very simple. Really, you can’t go wrong. The colors are more muted so essentially, any combination can work. I have always loved the grey and brown blend since I first encountered it in fashion. So of course when I got my own opportunity to style these colors, I took full advantage.
Shop my full look below!
*BOOT FIT NOTES: Simply Be boots are offered in various calf sizes as well as shoe widths. If you click on “Size Guide” and make sure you are on the “Find You Calf Width” tab, you will see all of the measurements per size. The only options for this particular shoe are Standard & Super Curvy, EEE and E. From the size guide, select your shoe size in either the E or EEE to see the calf widths. I based my decision on calf width only (Standard or Super Curvy) because that matters the most for boots. My calves measure at about 19.5 inches so I ordered a size 10 E in the Super Curvy.
Photographer: Steve Suavemente