It’s true that I’m attempting to incorporate more and brighter colors to my wardrobe, and that there is nothing bright about grey. But I find that it often combines better with colors than black does. Case in point: a black outfit with a yellow jacket can give off bumblebee vibes if you’re not careful. But a grey-skewing outfit with a yellow jacket just looks cool and subdued. Here are some really good grey specimens, starting with this oversized half-zip sweater.
A cool blazer with attached sweater sleeves, much like the ones from Veronica Beard, but cheaper than the ones from Veronica Beard.
A truly spiff zipper jumpsuit in a nice steely grey.
The color of this cute top is described as faded black, but that qualifies as grey, correct?
A botanical dyed work jacket from Alex Mill that I very much covet.
See what I mean about grey going better than black with bright colors? I love how the bright pink sweater works with this coat.
A chunky cashmere cardi for wearing with everything, all the time.
My quest for grey jeans continues, and I very much like the shade and fit of this pair from J. Crew.
A very cushy-looking faux fur coat.
I typically like neither wide-leg trousers or pleats, but I’m very intrigued by these.
And here’s a pull-on trouser that just looks both easy and comfy.
Just a clean-lined overcoat at a pretty good price.
I’d wear this chic little vest layered over a long-sleeved tee or button-down.
And finally, a deeply versatile cashmere patch pocket cardi.