FashionThe Base Colour Edit: Know your neutrals

  • August 1, 2018
  • St. Collins Lane
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If there’s one thing Melbourne has mastered, it’s monochrome.

This month, man about town and one half of the dynamic duo Base Colour, Shaun Lyle, Know your neutrals:  shows us how to switch it up by adding neutrals to your wardrobe.

A neutral colour might not command your eyes like a pop of red, but don’t let it steer you from finding your best look yet.

So where should you start? Find something that makes you feel good. It’s important to exude confidence in something that is as equally cool as it is comfortable.

Experiment with steel greys and hues of blues and find your power colour. Play it cool or take it corporate in a navy suit, tie, pocket square or sock – it’s the little details that make all the difference.

Take it up a notch and know a neutral isn’t just a colour.

Textures such as suede and leather can bring a raw element to your look. Strip it back and give your outfit an urban edge a casual tee or sneakers to complete the picture.

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Shaun wears Peter Jackson

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Shaun wears Declic tie clip and pocket square

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Shaun wears M.J. Bale suit, coat, tie and scarf and Adolfo Dominguez briefcase.

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Shaun wears Rodd & Gunn

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Shaun wears Birkenstock sneakers

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Shaun wears Calibre

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Shaun wears TAG Heuer watch

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Shaun wears The Kooples

You can shop all of these brands at St. Collins Lane.

Rodd & Gunn, located on Level one.

Peter Jackson, located on Level One.

Declic, located on Level One.

M.J. Bale, located on Level One.

Adolfo Dominguez, located on Ground Floor.

TAG Heuer, located on Ground Floor.

Birkenstock, located on Level One.

The Kooples, located on Ground Floor.

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