This Season’s Neutrals Are Both Trendy and Timeless ​

A look from Chloe Dao

Neutrals don't have to be boring. As we ease into fall, the must-have hue will round out your wardrobe. It can go with anything; it's timeless, versatile, refined and chic. Wear any shade of neutral head-to-toe or play with texture by pairing with a chunky boot. And, as ever, these picks are all available from Houston-based sources!


ELEGANT FOR ANY OCCASION Embrace fashion's obsession with a silk cami. Dress to close the deal or take this staple out on the town. $99 (was $195!), tootsies.com

PLEATS, PLEASE One of Houston's top designers, Chloe Dao, recently released a neutral collection to supplement her womenswear line. She gets it: Neutral hues have staying power. Shop this plus-size sandy beige midi dress for your fall weather needs. $158, chloedao.com

A TOUCH OF OPULENCE A structured handbag is guaranteed to bring your outfit together. Adding in the velvet touch and rattan texture? Say no more! Shop this Mehry Mu mini bag at Elizabeth Anthony, Uptown Park's high-end womenswear boutique. $590, elizabethanthonyhouston.com

TOUGH LUXE Chunky boots are back for autumn. These Italian-made boots can be found at Clorinda Antinori, located in River Oaks Shopping Center. $365, clorindaantinori.com

NAIL IT Now serving River Oaks and the Heights, the luxurious clean Paloma beauty nail salon is on trend with neutral hues this month. Wooded Bliss by CND Shellac comes from the brand's Wild Romantic Fall 2021 collection, and its warm, earthy shade is sleek and sophisticated. Shellac manicure, $65, shop.paloma-beauty.com

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