From Kim Kardashian's 'nude' workout wear to Amanda Holden's sexy suits – why BEIGE is the new black

BEIGE is far from bland this season.

Abbey Clancy, 35, braved the cold this week in a caramel crop-top, fawn trousers and coffee-coloured coat.


And she isn’t the only fan of 50 shades of beige, which has ditched its “boring” label to become the new black.

Celebs and high street fashionistas are wearing every possible shade – reminiscent of a luxury selection biscuit tin.

Dark neutrals, black, grey and navy can take a back seat. Beige is more subtle.

New colour-driven fashion trends such as Millennial Pink and Gen-Z Green are bright and brash. But they are attention-seeking, whereas muted shades are elegant and demure.

The look is timeless and effortless. Iconic women such as Princess Diana, Marilyn Monroe and Grace Kelly all favoured tan — often wearing it top-to-toe.

Wearing a full tonal outfit is an easy way to look expensive, and beige’s soft palettes make an outfit feel luxurious.

Mixing different shades, like model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, 34, stops you looking two dimensional. Or stick to the same shade, like Kate Middleton, 39.

From cappuccino to sand, every hue lifts the colour of your complexion, making you look healthier.

Whether you opt for a bourbon palette or custard cream, biscuit shades make you look good enough to eat.

We show how the celebs wear this season’s hot hue.



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