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The Fashion Memo

5 ways to wear beige

L-R: A.W.A.K.E., Burberry, MaxMara, Fendi, Chloé SS19

No longer a byword for boring, beige dominated the runways this season. Camel, tan and caramel colors are an effortless way to add polish to your on and off-duty looks – this is how to wear them now…


Ideal for when you need to look good in a flash, tonal dressing (i.e. wearing one color from head to toe) is the kind of no-brainer styling trick that you need on a Monday morning. Let Rejina Pyo’s ’70s-inspired suiting breathe new life into your corporate closet – finish with a fitted turtleneck and classic pointed pumps for a boardroom-ready look.


When it comes to putting a great outfit together, opposites really do attract. Nothing highlights the ethereal qualities of a silk slip dress more than belting The Row’s heavy woolen winter coat over the top. As for accessories? A retro-style mock-croc bag worn with sleek stiletto boots is SS19’s winning combination.

Temper the drama of fuchsia tailoring by adding a beige blazer into the mix. It might sound like an unlikely combination, but offsetting a bubblegum pink sweater and pants with an understated shade makes them infinitely more wearable. This outfit brings together two of this season’s biggest trends so keep your accessories simple – Sophie Buhai’s gold hoop earrings are ideal.

Channel Bianca Jagger circa Studio 54 in Arjé’s covetable neutral suit. This is one of those magical pieces that works for every occasion, from a summer wedding to a business meeting, but it really comes into its own after dark. Add Burberry’s printed silk scarf for a retro spin and keep the vintage vibes coming with a chic saddle bag.

The easiest way to test drive any trend? With some well-chosen accessories. Take Khaite’s wide-leg jeans and Peter Do’s printed shirt to another level by adding Chloé’s new logo bag and Paul Andrew’s ladylike slingbacks. And you thought beige was boring…

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