• SPRING TREND: THE COLOR BEIGE

    The most important colour trend for the new season: Beige is back. Dresses, shoes, bags - the queen of neutral colours can be seen everywhere in spring and summer 2019.

    Fortunately, beige is not just beige - sand colours, Khaki, Caramel - the colour family is large and varied. And when it gets warmer again, natural linen is a particularly beautiful - and sustainable - variation!

    The best thing about it: Beige really goes with everything! It works perfectly with blonde hair, but also creates a great contrast to dark hair. The make-up can be a little stronger: Lipsticks in warm Red, Pink or Orange shades are the best match for the restrained Beige.

    Beige can be both modern and classic: In a tone-in-tone look or together with cream and brown shades, the look becomes particularly sophisticated and elegant. To add more dynamic to the outfit, play with different materials, for example suede to silk or vinyl to wool.

    Seidenkleid "Cherry" - hellmuth. - the wearness

    1) Trenchcoat "Klark" by malaikaraiss. 2) Silkdress "Cherry" by hellmuth. 3) Tote bag "AB27" by PB0110. 4) Sunglasses "The Mysterious" by VIU eyewear 5) Lipgloss "Knutzen" by Und Gretel

    In combination with complete looks in White, Black or Greige, Beige adds a touch of freshness. Simple styling trick: throw a classic trench coat over your shoulders and the monochrome business look will immediately look cool!

    But Beige works with color, too. Try it with colorblocking! The trend shade brings Blue and Red to shine. Particularly trendy is an outfit with Orange or Pink.

    1) Trenchcoat "Klark" by malaikaraiss. 2) Shirt "Summer Pyjama" by Bower. 3) Pants "Up Front" by Bower. 4) Earrings "Vita" by Fouché. 5) Natural tanned leather bag "Lady Mini" by Alesya Orlove

    Good to know: The word "Beige" originates from French and can be traced back to unbleached, undyed wool. The revival of natural shades is therefore good for the environment: the less dyeing and bleaching agents are used, the less toxic chemicals are released into nature.

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