It’s fun to see how there are not as many color limitations as in the past. In fashion, the custom was to choose a hue and wear it until you got tired of it. Today, we are in love with the solar card, but we already have an eye on the monochromatic visual composed by beige. Neutral appeared in elegant collections on the catwalks of NY, London, Milan and Paris. The novelty is that the productions allow plenty of daring accessories and lighter textures, especially in the summer! On the streets, a series of inspirations. Camila and I have invested in elegant and ideal versions for everyday urban life. She bet on a mix of print in the nude color card and a ribbed knit skirt in the same hue. Notice how the texture game gives such a cool touch to the look. As for my look, I opted for the contrast of the blouse with striped relief on the collar against the pink blazer.
On the runways, the highlights go to Zimmermann with their safari shape in a beige-earthy jumpsuit with bellow pockets, white stitching and buckle closures. As for Chloé, a lightness and sophistication in the long light nude with pleats, ruffles, and deep v neckline.
Tom Ford’s total beige look brings together various shades, from rosy to gray options with a mix of 70’s and bourdoir mood. For Balmain, Olivier Rousteing brought the suede as a material to create a sophisticated effect on the 2-piece set consisting of a blouse with pointed shoulders and high waist trousers.
As for Loewe, Jonathan Anderson bet on boyish aesthetics, with a long shirt and loose tailor’s pants, with a combination of two nude shades. For Ports 1961, the looks focused on the gathered waist, which completely transformed the shirt + pants combo.
Beige is a classic and it is worth highlighting its space in the fashion universe. Its diverse shades, textures, materials and structures allow for a series of interpretations for various styles and looks considered ‘without an occasion’. That is, to wear often!