Greetings and hello Monday! Cyndi Spivey and I are continuing with our fall fashion series styling color trends of the season, and today we are styling Soybean.
This beige-blonde neutral shade has a way of looking luxurious even at lower price points, and I’m liking the subtle shift from taupe and the other cool neutrals that have been trending the past few seasons.
My favorite way to work this color into my fall wardrobe is with accessories — namely shoes and handbags. I picked up this gorgeous slouchy AllSaints shoulder bag during the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, and I love the supple pebbled leather, the matte silver buckle detail, and the chic, slouchy silhouette.
And these Vince Camuto booties in the tortilla suede pair so well with light wash denim, which is also trending right now.
I also love how this bag in the soybean color complements this cheetah print sweater from Talbots.
It has a some shades of beige and brown, which pick up on the color of the bag.
I paired this sweater with a pair of black ankle skinny pants and flats that are almost the exact same yellow-beige shade as the bag. This outfit is a great option for work or church during this transition season.
I’ll add a black jacket on top when the weather cools down. For this look, I swapped the flats for black suede mules. The loafers would be okay, but I like the way the black mules balance out the dark jacket.
I kept the light bag, though. I think the contrast is nice, and it helps break up the look.
This jacket is a new addition to my wardrobe, and I think it’s going to come in very handy this fall. I should have steamed out those wrinkles on the arm though. Oooops!
But I love the shape of this jacket, and it’s soft and stretchy and comfortable. It’s a nice alternative to leather, which can sometimes be too tough for the look I’m going for.
These pants are by Spanx, and they’re a really nice pair of classic pants to have in your wardrobe. I don’t wear them a ton, but they come in handy from time to time.
They have a nice high waist, and they hold in all the fluff. I also love the slits at the back of the hem.
These pointy toe mules are sleek and minimal, and they’re remarkably comfortable. The price is great too.
I also styled a faux leather jacket in this soybean color earlier this season. Unfortunately, it’s sold out at the moment, but Cyndi is styling a blazer today in this color, so be sure to check that out.
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photos: Alison Cornell