Somewhere between cream and ecru, sand and off-white, sits our colour choice this season
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No matter how motley your wardrobe, neutrals are an absolute must. The fashionable choice of colour, however, has changed over the years. Black, white, grey, greige, and beige – this season, we want to soften the bitter chill with the shade of oatmeal.
Below, Vogue Scandinavia has gathered the very best ways to incorporate the colour in your wardrobe:
This is the sartorial staple that never goes out of style. Wether worn over wide legged denim, or in a monochromatic top-to-toe look, an oatmeal knit is an absolute necessity.
Collar V-neck wheat
Dark Sand capri
Bold Volumes wool and cashmere sweater
Be loved cashmere-blend sweater
Dress to impress
This season we replace the little black dress with oatmeal occasion wear. Wether worn with killer heels or dressed down for the day, these frocks will make you the main feature of any event.
Vivian recycled twill mini dress
Feather-trimmed organic cotton-jersey T-shirt
Mia tie-front minidress
Embellished draped twill mini dress
Buttery smooth and supple, leather – preferably vegan – looks best in oatmeal. Pair it with a chunky knit or a rough linen for an interesting mixture of textures.
Teza vegan leather tank
Leather wide-leg pants
Lauren faux leather midi skirt
Paneled leather straight-leg pants
Top it off
Tops are an essential part of our wardrobes, serving as foundations to fabricate our looks around. A tied shoulder, a silk shirt or a knit bralette is a good place to start when curating your closet.
Ruched stretch-jersey top
Lucie strapless ribbed-knit top
Le bandeau Valensole knitted bralette
Dale ruched satin shirt
All wrapped up
In an effort to avoid our reliant and – dare we say it – boring black basic coats, this season we look on the brighter side of outerwear. Padded, puffed, or coated in faux fur – we prefer to wrap up in oatmeal.