When you consider neutral colors, muted shades are part of it. Most people who are into neutrals ie whites, tans and black, don’t think that colorful muted shades are neutrals. They lean more to the whites than they would to pastels.
Muted colors are the opposite of bright and vivid colors. They are made of subtle shades like soft lilacs, butter yellow, powder/pale blue. In case you are wondering, any color can be muted by being dulled or greyed. No matter how bright a color is, once you mix it with grey, they become muted.
As subtle as they are, muted colors can still add a pop of color to a white and black wardrobe. As someone who loves vivid colors, I add muted shades to my wardrobe to tone it down. They act as my neutrals whenever I want to wear minimal colors without having to wear black, white or grey.
A good way to style a muted outfit is by wearing pastel shades as a monochrome look. They are not saturated like a bright bold color, but they still add that fresh color to your look. You can also accessories an all white/black outfit with a muted color necklace, scarfs or bag as Fall/Winter approaches. This is a great way to introduce colors to your wardrobe if your feel your wardrobe which looks plain or flat.
muted fall outfits.
Fall is around the corner and this is a great way to add fun colors to your Fall/Winter wardrobe. As the season approaches, we tend to pipe down into darker hues and shades. However, infusing muted outfits to your wardrobe brings a refreshing touch. The season is already dull and dreary, so why add to it with more dull outfits.
A long length coat in buttery yellow would look nice with a pair of brown knee high boots and white button down shirt. The subtle yellow creates that soft and feminine look to a Fall/Winter outfit.