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Earth Neutrals

By Jamie Carson, Junior Digital Editor | Mar 2016

With this long, bleak winter finally coming to an end, it’s about time we pushed all the black to the back of the wardrobe and go lighter for the new season. The colour palette you should be investing in: earth neutrals. From catwalks to Kanye, sand, caramel and other neutral shades are everywhere right now, welcoming spring in all their pale glory. Not invested in the trend yet? Then here are a few key pieces to get you started.


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The Hoodie
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The Hoodie

Soft touch hoodies are everyone’s favourite casual piece, but recently they’ve been adopted into formal outfits by layering them under blazers. Here they’re seen in their natural habitat, worn with matching joggers for an all in one look.

The Bomber and jumper
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The Bomber Jacket

One great jacket, two trends. The bomber gets a new season makeover with an injection of tan and a luxury faux suede texture, making the streetwear staple smart that can be worn with everything from shirts and trousers to tees and jeans.

The Jumper

Too cold for a t-shirt, too warm for a full on jacket. So if you’re heading for a night out and want to look good without freezing to death, invest in this camel crew neck jumper with a ribbed texture and layer it over a printed shirt.

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The Backpack

Thought it was just clothing that got the neutral treatment? Well now you can make your books, sandwich and gym gear look good with a camel backpack, made all the more better with a faux suede texture and leather look straps.

The shirt and parka
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The Shirt

If you’re looking to spice up your work outfit, this is the solution. Swap your everyday white shirt for a soft shade of camel, which’ll work well under black, grey and navy tailoring. For the weekend, lose the jacket, undo the buttons, and wear it solo.

The Parka

Here the classic parka gets reinvented as a lighter, transitional layer as the weather starts to lose its chill. It loses the archetypal fur lining and thickness for a workwear feel, featuring dipped waxed drawcord ends, teflon coated fabric and popper buttons.