Neutrals are go-to colors for a myriad of reasons–they’re versatile, safe, and totally buildable. One perfect example would be beige. This light, skin-like color is the perfect cross between khaki and cream, making it totally easy to pair with virtually anything. Some might contest that neutrals like beige are just for minimalists, but if you think about it, incorporating them into an outfit can be refreshing, especially when contrasted with bright or bold colors. So yes, beige is far from boring! To prove our point, we’ve rounded up unique celebrity outfits featuring beige color combos.
Here are 11 different colors you can try with beige:
White is the easiest color you can match with beige, and it’s great for those who love keeping it fresh and tonal. Here, Julia Barretto matches her white camisole with light beige-colored jeans accented by tan sandals. We love how she wore socks to add visual interest!
Practically any neutral color can be worn with beige, but if you want to try something on the cool side of the spectrum, taupe is a good start. Take cues from Chie Filomeno who paired her beige joggers with a taupe tank top. Also, see how the beige boots lengthened her figure!
3. Mustard brown
Neutrals aren’t the only colors that go with beige, you know. In many cases, vibrant colors that are on the warm side of the spectrum typically pair well with it. Here, Gabbi Garcia shows that mustard brown can pop against a beige tank and button-down combo!
Clothes are just half the equation. You also have to consider accessories when you’re going for a beige look. Rhian Ramos serves up some serious inspo by using tan leather sandals and a tan bag to accent her casual beige and white outfit. Anything leather is a great choice if you want to elevate a simple OOTD!
Ready for something bolder than tan or mustard? Rust is a great choice and it flatters many skin tones! This orangey-brown will stand out against beige as proven by Anne Curtis, who paired her favorite beige blazer with a rust bra top and beige hot pants. A fabulous outfit for warm climes.
For those who prefer flirty, feminine colors, one cool-toned color you can go for is blush. This pretty hue looks especially romantic when worn with an all-beige OOTD, as seen on Sofia Andres’ bra top and cozy knitwear set in blush.
7. Cool-toned brown
If you love blush then you’ll fall in love with other dusty, cool browns like the ones worn by Pia Wurtzbach. Here, she styled her beige trousers by color-blocking a mocha brown shirt with an old rose button-down. We love how she used the latter as a cover-up to create a casual vibe.
If dark or warm neutrals aren’t your thing, consider pastels like this lilac coat Elisse Joson wore with an all-beige look. We love how playful yet put-together it turned out to be! Other pastels you can experiment with are pale pink, baby blue, or baby yellow.
Like most fashion scenarios, you can never go wrong with black! Whether it’s a pair of trousers or an accent piece like Catriona Gray’s oversized handbag, black is a foolproof choice if you want to make a statement—or if you simply don’t know what to wear! Go for black if you want to add depth and drama, and white if you want a fresh and clean look.
Who says beige can’t go with metallics? Ever the adventurous style maven, Heart Evangelista elevates a fluttery beige dress with silver cowboy boots–two contrasting elements that prove to be quite impactful. Other metallic accessories that could work just as well are handbags, hats, or even statement jackets.
11. Chocolate brown
Capping off this list is chocolate brown, another neutral that packs a punch with beige. Here, Liza Soberano goes for a streetwear look with a cropped sweater, beige trousers, and matching sneakers. Notice how she went for a chocolate brown Fendi bag, too? Proof that it takes two colors to tango!
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