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8 Outfits to Cop From Tricia Gosingtian If You’re Obsessed With Neutrals

Her latest quarantine looks are so fresh!
8 Outfits to Cop From Tricia Gosingtian If You’re Obsessed With Neutrals
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Her latest quarantine looks are so fresh!

If we had to choose a poster girl for dainty, feminine dresses, it has to be Tricia Gosingtian. The 29-year-old new mom has always been known for her modern romantic style that ranges from t-shirts paired with crisp, printed skirts to chic granny dresses in vintage florals.

Although she sometimes experiments with rich hues for a vibrant look, she oftentimes favors clean neutrals that inject a rustic vibe to her ensembles. We totally get her, though. Neutrals like beige and cream are so easy to wear, and they’re classic colors you can never go wrong with.

Recently, Tricia’s quarantine uniforms have been making a strong case for the silent power of neutrals, and we’re absolutely smitten! Check out her looks below and cop them the next time you head outside (or for your next DIY photoshoot). You’ll instantly look fresh and on point!

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1. Tricia stuck to her signature oversized babydoll dress style but instead of playful prints, she chose a cool khaki color that’s perfect for casual days. We love how she paired it with white square-toed mules for a fresh look! Note to self: Khaki always looks great with white.

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2. There’s a flurry of PPEs from local brands that allow us to stay protected in a stylish way. Tricia embraced this “new normal fashion” in a Vania Romoff PPE set. She completed the outfit with matching nude, square-toed mules, its sharp lines complemented her PPEs soft shape. 

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3. What’s great about wrap dresses is how they can easily transition from day to night, especially when worn with the right accessories. Tricia styled her muted beige wrap dress with strappy block heels, which are comfortable for running errands in and snazzy enough for the evening.

4. Sleeveless day dresses have a tendency to look too casual, so you can take cues from Tricia who wore her fave mules with her tie-up strapped nude dress. We love how she pulled her hair back into a ponytail for a polished look!

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5. Feeling a little dressy but don’t want to overdo it? The trick, according to Tricia, is to mix classic pieces in tonal nudes. A blouse-and-trousers combo is one such ensemble, and you can elevate it with a brown leather bag or one that’s the same color as your shoes. 

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6. We’d bet our bottom dollar on how foolproof a T-shirt and jeans outfit is. Instead of the usual white, make like Tricia who opted for a cool beige oversized shirt, which she French-tucked to create an interesting cocoon shape. Also, light-wash denim is a good choice because it won’t overpower the nude tones of the look.

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7. Jumpsuits are a quick way to look put-together. Plus, they’re universally flattering, and they make you look taller and leaner! The effect is all the more enhanced when you choose something in a nude color, which was exactly what Tricia did in this outfit.

8. Um, can we please have Tricia’s pajamas? She looks so effortlessly chic and she’s only going to bed. #Goals! This could totally work for a daytime look though, especially when the kimono jacket is worn off the shoulder. The open neckline will break the boxy silhouette of this look and make it cooler!

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