Neutrals Can Be Exciting, too!

Here is another collection from the DC Goodwill Fashion Show that surprised the audience with excitement from all three sides of the runway (and even from the balcony!), which just goes to show that wearing neutrals does not have to be boring.

This fall neutrals are everywhere, from accessories to outerwear to red carpets.  As you can see below, neutrals come in a wide range of hues, from subtle metallics to earth tones in shades of ivory, camel, and brown.  If you are the kind of gal who wears black day after day, then consider mixing in some neutrals for a sophisticated change.  Enjoy the photos by Charles Martin.  (by the way, the design team of Paul Mitchell The School at Tysons Corner did a wonderful job with hair and make-up)  Stay posted for more.

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You can hear the whole room gasped when these outfits walked out.

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For Washington DC, this may be over the top, so wear black tights and boots then you are good to go.

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Love this look. Chic and sophisticated.

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Perfect for early fall.  Clean and professional with style.

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Cocktails anyone?

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Fun, sassy, and flirtatious with sophistication.  Throw a nice knee length trench coat over to keep you warm if needed.

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It’s not everyday that you see a creme suit at work.  Try it for a change.

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Classy and sophisticated.  Love it. Definitely not designed for someone busty.

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I would dress my teen daughter in this.  Stylish but still suit their age.

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How cool and relaxed is this look?  Jane wore it well.

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Another fashionable and interesting look for the office.

2 thoughts on “Neutrals Can Be Exciting, too!

  1. tu-anh – I am always in awe of the transformation of the outfits you feature in this fashion show. Your talent and eye for fashion was displayed throughout the show. It was such a pleasure being a witness to your brilliance. Kudos for a wonderful show!

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