This is just a “flipped over” version of the white blazer and navy trouser, but quite a bit more casual and relaxed. And I chose all button-front shirts, just to show the range of possibilities available!Our very simple starting point:
You can wear any possible shade of red, pink, coral, blush, or whatever else the fashion people name these colors:
All kinds of orange are equally lovely:
If you like yellow, this is a good, classic base with which to wear it!
I really like the looks of both the mint and the dark olive here – very different colors, but equally at home in this ensemble.
Turquoise, because… well, most of us really love it!
Chambray works really well here, as does a softer blue. An oxford cotton button-down would be excellent here, too.
The purples are so pretty… And I think we should all start wearing our rings more often! They make much more of a statement to the people who see us than we often realize. Don’t limit them to just dressy occasions!
Simple navy and white looks really good paired with gold accessories – they really change the look of the outfits.
Men wear navy and grey with white shirts often – we’re just rearranging which part is which color here! But these colors are always happy together.
And I like to look at beige and brown possibilities to bring something unexpected into the mix. Dark brown was impossible to find, but there was a nice range of beige and tan available.
As always, we have options! If you want to be really casual, shorts are always possible. And the skirt could easily be replaced by a pair of white jeans. Imagine how far you could go with a couple of different cardigan, and all 3 bottoms, plus a few of the colors from above…
I have at least 2 more ideas of neutrals that can be worn with the full spectrum of accents – do you have any ideas?love,