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Sometimes I am lost when I am looking for inspiration, and then I am so glad when I have such an engaging community. You give me recommendations and ask questions. Not long ago I was asked if I think a beige satin skirt is a good option for autumn. I didn’t include it in my fall capsule wardrobe, but I might end up wearing it a lot. So for a bit of inspiration, I got some beige sweaters and played around with the outfit possibilities and that’s what I came with. Have a look at how I would style a few shades of beige.
How To Wear Beige
Beige is considered a neutral colour, it means it’s easy to style and with the rest of your wardrobe. But what if we like different shades of beige? Would it still make a great outfit? We can go in the same tone or we can make our outfits to stand out without too much effort if we wear a beige skirt with a black sweater/t-shirt. The caramel shades give your outfit a bit of richer feel, it catches the eye immediately.
Why Choose Beige as Part of Your Capsule Wardrobe
As I mentioned above the beige is considered a neutral colour, but you can also make it as an accent colour if it fits your style in this way. Most of us choose the beige when we get our trenchcoat, the absolute basic and staple in our wardrobe. We might add beige heels and if we get a skirt or sweater we might end up with few shades of beige already. But that’s really good. Only a few basic pieces can make plenty of outfit possibilities. Wear them separately with the rest of your wardrobe or all at the same time. Either way, you don’t need to worry you’ll look like a hot mess.
I found some really nice pieces for you to style. As a little inspiration, I styled them with already most used pieces from our capsule wardrobe.
For more inspiration have a look at my other posts or Pinterest where you can find all kind of simple outfits. It’s great proof that ‘ boring ‘ pieces can be really interesting and makes you stand out from the crowd.