Neutral sneakers outfit ideas

Whether you are looking for ideas for a casual outfit or a more risky look, find the top ways to wear neutral sneakers for this year.

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Create light accents

By matching black jeans and a black jumper with paler coloured shoes and shirt, you create a visual contrast that stops this outfit from looking drab.

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Wardrobe staples with a twist

All of the items in this outfit are wardrobe staples, but the colours and fabrics feel more considered. The textured half-zip top with the pop of orange from the t-shirt creates a cool, weekend look – especially when finished with blue jeans and minimal trainers.

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Embrace all seasons

Want a look that’ll see you through the seasons? Here’s the solution: make warm-weather staples like jogging bottoms and bucket hats work harder by throwing in a patterned jumper for extra cosiness when the temperature dips.

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A lesson in head-to-toe neutrals

The great thing about wearing an outfit built on neutral colours? It's endlessly adaptable. Lose the jacket, stow the bag, you'll still look put-together.

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Your new staple: the overshirt

Take your cold-weather essentials up a notch this season with a check overshirt thrown over a neutral knit for added warmth. Complete the outfit with simple black chinos for those quick coffee-shop runs.

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The perfect all-rounder?

A light-blue denim jacket. This classic style’s been around decades for a reason, you know? For now, wear yours with a cosy knitted check scarf for extra warmth.

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Red and green doesn't have to mean festive

For a casual, outdoorsy vibe, try a green down coat with a red plaid shirt. Because the tones are earthier, the green and red complement each other without looking Christmassy.

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Try tonals

While our stylists love a neutral colour palette, sometimes it’s good to add some depth. How? Opt for different tones. We’re talking a light windbreaker teamed with a neutral t-shirt and slightly darker sweatpants. Oh, and don’t forget your matching baseball cap.

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