The new neutrals

Sunglasses, ASOS; Jumper, £29.99, Zara; Mini Cloud Bag, £115, Cambridge Satchel Company; Trousers, £29.99, Zara; Patent-brogues, Topshop

Never usually one for neutrals I surprised myself with this muted outfit. Barely-there shades were a popular trend on the AW15 catwalks with Victoria Beckham and Stella McCartney with both designers showcasing top-to-toe looks in neutral hues and I decided it was high time for me to incorporate some pale-pinks, dove-grays and champagne hues into my wardrobe.

I picked up these dusty-pink patent brogues from the Topshop sale at Westfield's Shepherds Bush for £10, I was on a mad dash to find an outfit for an interview last April and at the time reluctantly picked these up. I didn't get the job but I did end up with a pair of shoes which quickly become fast favourites. They're versatile, flattering and office appropriate.

I think the new neutral look works most effectual when worn head to toe: try pairing a cosy white coat with a classic cross-body bag, tucking your trusty gray roll neck into a pair of tailored trousers and offsetting with rose-gold accessories...

Shop my favourite new season neutrals below:
From top: T-bar Shoes, £28, Warehouse; Cross-body bag, £129 now £64, Radley; Fiji Rose-Gold tone Bracelet, £125, Monica Vinader; Faux-fur stole, £105, Helen Moore; Coat, £89, Marks & Spencer; Pussy-bow blouse, £345, Tomas Maier; Skirt, £32 River Island; Trousers, £40 Topshop; Jumper, £38, Marks & Spencer; Rose Gold-Plated Quartz and Diamond Ring, £290, Monica Vinader; Metallic Snake-effect Platform Brogues, £625 Stella McCartney; Topshop.
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