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Fall Neutrals: Drab, or The Spice of Life?

We at Drishti LOVE neutrals. Always classy. Always versatile. And now in hip in activewear!

This fall and winter we are rocking these understated muted tones in a variety of ways. Here are some of our favorite pairings:

Neutrals 2_group shot Check out the latest in neutral tones from Joah Brown, Hard Tail, Beyond Yoga, and Onzie.  We are loving the soft gray and oatmeal tones, whites and beige, and black and white accents for pop. This is the color pallet we are working with this fall, and we hope you dig as much as we do!

Neutrals 3 _group close up

These Joah Brown tops are to die for and pair well with any of our super soft supplex ankle leggings by both Hard Tail or Beyond Yoga. Or for a cozier look or before or after practice, try a pair of Hard Tail Sweatpants, Beyond Yoga Wanderlust Pants, or the Clear Skies Ankle-Tie Pant by Beyond Yoga - all incredibly soft sweatpants with an easy causal "wear anywhere" look.

Maybe you want to keep with the neutral vibe but give it a little edge. Or maybe you need something that can transition from the yoga studio into more street-savvy dinner wear. Check out Joah Brown's Phoenix Cut-Away Skirt and these fun black and white printed Onzie tops (featured below).

Neutrals 5_blkandwht Oh yeah - cooler temperatures do not mean that we will be letting mesh leggings go anytime soon. The Mesh Goddess Leggings by Alo are definitely a year-round staple in our book! You gotta at least TRY a pair on this season if you don't already have them!

Neutrals 4_landscapeAnother great thing about neutrals is that it makes highlighting a great piece of jewelry, hat, or super cute pair of sandals even easier. And accessories are where its at for fall, guys!

Thanks for tuning in for our Neutrals feature. Muted and earthy tones are IN for the winter months, and our boutique and our online store great places to stock up. See you soon!

xxo  -Drishti

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