Beige Style and its #TCOTW shades

By Stefano Nappa
7 min read

Beige is a grayish shade of brown. Its name derives from the French and the term mostly refers to clothes created on a woolen fabric left in the natural color.
It is often used to indicate a large number of light shades with neutral tones. However, beige is beige, it is wrong to call it light brown! It isn’t… and it never will be.
After the total purple style, the green look and the total black style specials, we finally give the right attention to a color that always returns in fashion and beyond. Here is our selection:

Palm Angels – side-stripe single-breasted blazer


Inspired by skaters’ lifestyle and Californian atmospheres, Palm Angels proposes a line of women’s fashion, designed for the woman who lives a dynamic life in relaxation. Comfortable and casual shapes, moved by surprising iconic details. Nostalgic but unprecedented visions, rebellious but precious, conceived by the creative mind of Francesco Ragazzi. This beige/red side stripe single-breasted blazer with notched collar has an unusual originality.

Its side stripe detailing, and the logo print to the front, is representative of urban elegance and always in fashion. You can buy it here.

JACQUEMUS – Henri still life-print poplin shirt

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Jacquemus’ rustic charm is captured through this peach-beige Henri shirt, which is printed with a still life illustration that references the designer’s upbringing in southern France. It’s crafted from lightweight poplin to a relaxed shape and features a point collar, dropped shoulders and a side-split hem. Buy it here.

CONNOLLY – Block-colour ribbed wool sweater


Connolly was founded in 1878 as a small family-run shop, and has since become a supplier of high quality leathers to the automotive industry.
The rebirth of the brand began in 1995, under the direction of Isabel Ettedgui, with the husband of Ettedgui Joe, founder of the Joseph label, who took over the business in 2000. Now in its 139th year, Connolly continues to create elegant clothing, from elegant tailoring to fine knits. This beige sweater with its color mix is the most comfortable and elegant thing a woman can wear. You can buy it here.

DRAE – Beige Wool Boy Trousers

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The minimalist ready-to-wear label DRAE offers essentials designed with the modern woman in mind. The Blossom H. Company has become very popular. The South Korean brand provides all the perfect elements for a well-balanced wardrobe.

Drawing inspiration from classic menswear, DRAE contrasts a clean-cut silhouette with androgynous tailoring with a neutral palette of beige, black and brown. It offers a simple but refined collection of women’s clothing.
Textured knitwear and softly proportioned trousers are both sophisticated and easy to wear, while long double-breasted coats, short boxy jackets and gathered maxi dresses lend themselves to clever layering. Precious materials such as wool, cotton and silk contribute to the lasting quality of the garments. Combining craftsmanship with essential aesthetics, DRAE’s tailored garments embody a sense of timelessness and this pant is the most comfortable beige piece you can wear.
You can buy it here.

SEE BY CHLOÉ – Beige City Cape Coat

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Launched in 2001, Chloé’s See by Chloé line evokes the iconic Parisian house through a contemporary lens: the classically feminine English rose arriving in Paris, bringing the influences of the inimitable London street style. Bold printed tops, skirts, bold denim and flirty dresses complete the line’s interpretations of versatile garments and timeless knitwear. This sleeveless cape-style coat in beige cotton and wool blend twill is a “gem” made of irresistible charm. You can buy it here.

THE ATTICO – Dakota logo-plaque cotton shirt dress

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The Attico – Italian for penthouse, was was conceived by the designers Gilda Ambrosio and Giorgia Tordini as a celebration of nostalgic and maximalist style. It offers vibrant pieces that showcase decadent fabrics and ornate embroidery with a modern twist. The concept develops into sumptuous silk dresses and elegant coats, as well as the brand’s sculptural shoes and bags. The silhouettes range from conceptual to traditional, some cuts are bold and others modest, but each piece maintains the same relaxed fit and attitude – that of a woman at ease with herself and her style. This dress shirt is irresistible for an elegant evening look. You can buy it here.

Burberry – Medium Topstitched Leather Pocket Bag


We know Burberry very well, it was founded in 1856, and its legacy is like a pillar of British style. It all started with Thomas Burberry’s most iconic innovation: the gabardine trench coat. Upholding the pioneering spirit of his predecessor, current Creative Director Riccardo Tisci brings a fresh and irreverent approach to the typically British vision of home luxury.

Blending technology, artistry and tradition, the label offers a range of casual and evening wear that embodies a progressive femininity. This archive-inspired bag is crafted from smooth leather and features an embossed logo pocket on the front and a textured nubuck interior. Tireless to wear. You can buy it here.

Totême – Alberese Foulard


Swedish bloggers, art directors and power couple, Elin Kling and Karl Lindman founded their modern lifestyle brand Totême in 2014. Their women’s clothing offerings focus on luxury essentials with an aesthetic designed by European minimalism and classic American sportswear. As a supplier of casual luxury, Totême produces essential pieces of pristine quality, from tailored pieces inspired by menswear to structured blouses and suits with meticulously cut asymmetrical details. You can buy the scarf from the new collection here.

The Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 “British Khaki” 


Rapper and producer, Travis Scott is known for his electrifying stage presence. He is always in the spotlight. The Jordan brand is releasing the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 6 “British Khaki with him.

Once again remixing Tinker Hatfield‘s design with his special effects, the Houston native makes the noisier neutral sneaker with bright crimson contrast hits, translucent tongues, and mismatched heel branding. Like Michael, Travis Scott’s fame, for what concerns his success in the sneaker industry, precedes him and the expectation is always high. Flying to new heights and cranking up the volume, the next chapter in Travis’ story is this collaboration with the Air Jordan 6 “British Khaki”. Don’t Sleep On ThissSssS! Buy here.

HERON PRESTON – Taupe Heron A.F. Sweatshirt


Heron Preston, a pupil of the Parsons School of Design, is a Renaissance man. After moving to New York, the San Francisco-born designer, DJ and artist launched his career alongside Matthew Williams of 1017 ALYX 9SM and Virgil Abloh of Off-White with art direction and streetwear collective Been Trill.

Following the release of his coveted NASCAR t-shirt, Preston, he was inspired to further explore the value and significance of authenticity in today’s tailoring environment.

Preston’s eponymous streetwear brand, launched in 2016, promotes its unique worldview with a collection full of references imbued with the internet, youth and counterfeit culture. Inspired by sustainable technology, Preston blends environmental awareness and fresh aesthetics to produce distinct lifestyle designs for the contemporary savvy. You can buy it here.

FUMITO GANRYU – Beige Wool Flattened Blazer

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After spending over a decade working with Japanese brand Comme des Garçons, Fumito Ganryu stepped into the menswear spotlight to debut his namesake label at Pitti Uomo 94. The Fukuoka-based designer first got the attention while working under Junya Watanabe as a model maker.

Ganryu himself had the opportunity to design his own diffusion line for Comme des Garçons in 2007, where he built a supportive and loyal following during his ten-year stint with the label.

The designer seeks to create clothes that appeal to the 21st century while encouraging a relationship between nature and the city. Synthetic and technically loaded fabrics stand alongside traditional Japanese methods of natural indigo dyeing. Ganryu’s men’s clothing is challenging but wearable in an original way. The brand provides an alternative and special option to the modern menswear landscape. You can buy it here.

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