Three Ways With Nude Accessories

Ecru, oatmeal and all things nude!

13 Sep 2016 By Emma-Charlotte Bangay

Nude accessories may be subtle in shade, but the statement remains strong. The key to wearing neutral accessories is not to overdo them, but to underpin them with something more statement making. It’s a wise investment to have a pair of nude heels, trainers, sunglasses or hat on hand for last minute looks.

Here are three looks we love that are all based on neutral territory.


Nude heels are best worn against a contrasting skin tone, so bronze up those legs with abandon ladies! Work the double-denim look back with these beige basics, and ensure you have an on-trend hat on hand!

Three Ways With Nude Accessories: SS16

ASOS Skinny Band Felt Floppy Hat, $44 – available at ASOS.
Amelia Denim Mini Skirt with Raw Hem, $30 – available at Boohoo.
Rag & Bone Denim Shirt, $213.51 – available at Farfetch.
Dakota Nude Sandal, $169.95 – available at Style Tread.

LOOK #2 

We absolutely love nude sunnies as they go with everything and anything, but they can make you look a little washed out, so let your big ol’ mouth do the talking with a monumental red lip. Keep the rest simple and paired back, so T-shirt dresses and trainers are the go-to here.

Three Ways With Nude Accessories: SS16

Zena Cut Out Detail Shift Dress, $24 – available at Boohoo.
Soelae Metal #2 Sunglasses, $299 – available at Sunday Somewhere.
Matte Revolution Red Carpet Red Lipstick, $48 – available at Charlotte Tilbury.
Liberty Kurt Geiger London Trainer, $280 – available at Kurt Geiger.


Floral dresses of the flowing kind are big news right now, and as they swamp and swathe you in lots of busy, bustly business, work it back with a fawn tote and fabulous beige ankle boots. The finishing touch? Nude nails of course!

Three Ways With Nude Accessories: SS16

Karen Print Dress, approx. $357 now $182 – available at Baukjen.
ALDO Flash Tote, $69.95 – available at The Iconic.
OPI Nail Lacquer  Washington DC Collection, $19.95 – available at David Jones.
Jeffrey Campbell Metal Fest Leather Bootie, $256 now $154 – available at Nasty Gal.

Do you love the versatility of neutral accessories? Tell us which are your favourite?

13 Sep 2016 By Emma-Charlotte Bangay


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