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Fashionista NOW: How To Do A Pop of Beige?

How To Do A Pop of Beige?

Are you into barely-there hues, flesh-colored shades of beige? If dressing muted and minimalist is your kind of style then you might completely love the idea of wearing pops of beige in a wardrobe that is conservative in its color scheme.

As beige is such a non-invasive color, you can wear them with all of your neutral blues, creams, off-whites and blacks. While beige is said to be a massively boring kind of shade associated with an even more dull office wear, its simplicity is well-suited for the minimalist chic outfit styling which is fueled by the anti-fashion movement. I for one, think it’s that it’s much a needed shade to give a colored or printed look a break, a space,a breather.

Check out these 7 easy-breezy ways you can incorporate shades of beige pieces into your present wardrobe:


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So lovelies, which of the looks do you like best? What other beige pieces are you on the look out for? Delight me with your thoughts below!

“Beige is atmosphere. It’s bisque, it’s ivory, it’s cream, it’s stone, it’s toast, it’s cappuccino. It’s well, it’s magic.”Albert Hadley

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