Camel Under $100

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Neutral Knock-Out

Cuffs don’t feel so tough when they’re done in warm, tawny leather. Bryna Nicole leather cuff, $93;
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Camel Coating

There’s a reason the khaki trench is so timeless. This easy-to-match shade works with everything. Tulle cotton coat, $90;
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Rank & Style-File

Army green isn’t just for fatigues. Try it in a pretty, silky fabric. J.Crew silk top, $88;
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Blend-In Basics

Neutral colored heels make for a lean leg-perfect camouflage for troubled ankle areas. Nine West suede heels, $89;
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Barely Bare Legs

The new take on nude hose? Thick cotton tights in putty tones. DKNY cotton tights, $27; for stores
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Khaki Short Story

Mix with bare legs when it’s steamy and add a pair of thick black tights come fall. Kenneth Cole New York wool shorts, $79;
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Comfort Control

Ropey knits look even cozier in warm oatmeal colors. Loft wool blend sweater, $90;
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Camel Carry-All

A simple beige bag is far from boring in flashy faux croc. Calvin Klein faux crocodile bag, $98;
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Nude Necklace

Keep hefty stones modest by doing them in muted, muddy colors. R.?J. Graziano resin beaded necklaces, $38 each; 212-685-1248
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