Nice and Neutral Photos courtesy Brooke Wright Fort Worth designer Brooke Wright loves color, but she also plays well with a softer palette. It's no surprise that Brooke Wright has dropped the “Funky” from her eponymous label. While her line of skirts, tops and dresses makes us smile, thanks to the nature-inspired motifs and bright colors, a few additions are an indication that the Fort Worth designer is fashionably flexible. Wright hit a nerve at the recent Atlanta fashion markets, proving that Southern ladies indeed like bold patterns and big skirts. But no matter where you hail from — and if you’re a fan of neutrals — it’s hard not to love Wright’s new tribal print in taupe and white. The Kate pencil skirt, pictured above and made to order out of a sturdy lined linen, is the perfect match for your favorite button-up white or denim shirt or a black crewneck tee. Or add a pop of color — orange or yellow — for a fresh look. Go casual with ankle boots, or dress it up with pointy-toe pumps. The same print is available in the popular Olivia — named for Wright’s daughter — off-the-shoulder dresses and tops with ruffled sleeves It’s a look that will carry you through an Indian summer as well as resort season. Kate pencil skirt, $220; Olivia off-the-shoulder dress, pictured at left, $210. Shop the website, brookewrightdesigns.com, for these and other styles plus accessories. Or email the designer at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to make an appointment to visit the studio at 3986 W. Vickery Blvd., Fort Worth. — Meda Kessler
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