PLAY IN NUDES
When Rihanna put her own spin on this two-piece set, it immediately prompted me to think about nudes and neutral palettes and just how poppin’ they can look with a bold lip (or just a fierce attitude). I’m also a huge fan of a matching two-piece set because you can swap them in and out as you need.
If you want to strut in a nude dress, this $670 NBD suede dress has a backless cut and laced grommet details. Is it a matching set? Nope, but it’s definitely an easy way of jumping back into neutrals if you need the push. Heels? Yes. Flats? Yes. The laced detailing already makes this dress super chic and playful for date night, now it’s all about putting on a sweet pink lip with it and calling it a day!
If you’re all for linen (which you should be because linen is a great fabric), you can rock this two-piece set from Urban Outfitters, like this $70 tan linen blazer and the accompanying $49 high-rise linen shorts. This $66 Tobi off-the-shoulder crop top is also an amazing option, especially with the $66 accompany skirt that offers pockets — hey, you guys know that pockets are super important.
This $40 mustard set from Fashion Nova not only has a spaghetti strap crop top and wide leg pants, but also features a high-waist cut (so it’s all about showing off the curves.) Something like this is a wardrobe staple you can pair with almost anything in your wardrobe since the color is so muted: Throw an over-sized denim jacket on top to add body and dimension, or toss a ton of jewelry on to give music-soul vibes the entire weekend long.
This $130 lace-up shirt dress by Eloquii has seemingly got all the makings of a winner to me — it’s fit in the bodice yet flares at the bottom, has corset-style lace-up side detailing, and pairs off the shoulder. For a look like this, you can throw on some white heels and a white blazer to dress it up, or some comfy sandals and some sunshades to complete a casual-yet-glam look.