50 shades of Beige for Spring

50 shades of beige for spring

As much as beige gets a lots of bad rap and is considered by many lifeless and unexciting, I love wearing it in all its varying shades and this season (luckily for me and maybe you too if you share my love for neutrals) there is no shortage of gorgeous beige/neutral pieces all over the high street since beige made into the most wanted trends for Spring 19 after all the SS19 fashion shows.

The trend was championed by the major designers all over the runways not only by the usual suspects like Max Mara and Burberry but also by much bolder designers that normally steer away from such neutral shades.

For me, and many others out there, beige is a classic and always chic. Beige is versatile and can be paired with most colours and it works well if you want to wear it head to toe too. In fact, head to toe is the word for SS19 but of course we always have to make trends our own and wear them whichever way they work best for us in our daily lives.

This season beige is no longer boring in fact quite the opposite. If you still have your doubts just keep scrolling down and get inspired by some of my favourite beige looks.

50 Shades of Beige for Spring

50 Shades of Beige for Spring

50 Shades of Beige for Spring

50 Shades of Beige for Spring

50 shades of beige for spring

50 shades of beige for spring

 

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