Neutral colors are in, and the favorite among spring collections is nude. Not necessarily exposed, models cascaded down runways is shades of sand, champagne and flesh tone colors creating a subtle hint to sexiness. Embellished with a little sparkle or exaggerated with outrageous cuts and trims, the looks were sophisticated and seductive.
Giambattista Vali cretes a chic dress for an upper east side lady with an oversized bow collar and shiny fabric.
Halstom stays true to the brand with a glamorous yet understates trench coat with a ¾ slit length sleeve.
Bottega Veneta adds a subtle stripe to a nude fabric to create texture on a knee length bubble skirt and matching top.
Derek Lam adds volume to a skin toned, single sleeve jumpsuit.
Valentino keeps it romantic with a soft nude, chiffon gown draped and gathered for a Venetian goddess.
Zac Posen suits up in a flesh tone cutout pencil skirt and wrap, tailor jacket.
With a variety of neutral colors to choose from, make sure to pick a yellow or pink tone most flattering to your natural skin color. And try adding a little contrast in makeup such as a hot pink lip or smoky eye so you don’t get lost in all of that nakedness.
Images courtesy of the Fashion Spot forums.