Knowing in Neutrals

On days you need to look nice, but not too formal – know your neutrals.   

Classic dress pants paired with a crispy button up in black/white and grey is always a good option for office days when you need to be well dressed sans suit. The neutral color pallet allows your confidence to shine through – acting as a great canvas for your skills and capabilities. Plus, because it’s a no fuss outfit – it’s very easy to work effectively. I prefer this look when I need to be onsite at a client, but only have a few internal project team meetings / mostly desk time, and no planned lunches or HH events.

I found these pants last summer at one of my favorite Houston resale shops – The Little Bird. They are a wool, silk, cashmere blend and unbelievably soft – love how light weight and well-tailored they are.

My shirt is another staple I wear regularly. Find more about my shirt, sunglasses, scarf, shoes, and bag in a few previous posts.

All my best,

Outfit Details – Pants: Brunello Cucinelli   Shirt:Brooks Brothers Scarf: Hermes ShoesJimmy Choo NecklacePearls Earrings: Pearls SunglassesKrewe Bracelet: Hermes, David Yurman Ring: PERSONAL DESIGN (SUNFLOWER) CREATED BY: RONNY BARNEA –  JEWELRY ON 5TH  Purse: Prada  Perfume: Black Saffron by Byredo

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