After all the colour rage that was Spring Summer 2019, it was time to get down to Earth with the new colour trend of the season – Beige!
While Dior had us gawking at the ballet dancers and the flower petals, the serene colour palette wasn’t far behind. Taking inspiration from all shades beige, there was a lot to take in (and add on) from the show. From pleated skirts, sheer dresses to off-shoulder tops and monochrome pantsuits, the collection had a bit for all occasions and everybody.
Showing off the subdued yet sophisticated colour trend of the season, beige, tan, soybean, pale khaki, cream tan and caramel were some of the shades prominently seen on the ramps. This season the trend was not just about going head-to-toe but also pairing up different shades together. After the print and the pastel mania, there’s surely a new colour palette to drool over.
The Rage of Beige
While AWAKE was creating a pairing of white and other neutral shades, Chloe was also about adding that little print to those head-to-toe getups. Mixed with the Californian vibe of seashells, this colour trend had a bit of all trend to give a plethora of options to choose from. Chanel too brought out the beach-side clothing with prints, lace and even fringe! Talk about a versatile colour and here’s the Sand shade to take you up on that challenge.
Balmain took the sand shade to a whole other level by creating pair-ups of leather pants and denim and let’s not forget the heels! Standing true to the head-to-toe connotation, Tom Ford, Max Mara and Burberry paired up multiple shades in this colour palette for the ultimate power suit – Talk about confident yet sombre looks. Rochas took the delicate road and created outfits with sheer fabrics and lace combined with the delicate cream tan shades. A chic and classy take on this colour palette, these hues became the talk of the town in no time.
Celebs Caramel Crush
After the ramp takeover, celebs were surely ready to experiment with this understated yet bold head-to-toe style. From Eva Longoria’s and Bella Hadid’s take on the Cannes red carpet to Rosie Huntington, Rosamund Pike, Amber Heard and even Beyonce (yes, the Queen B herself), the beige rage was evident. Rihanna’s Fenty also did not disappoint where this colour trend was considered.
On the home ground too, celebrities were crushing over this trend for every occasion. Soha Ali Khan, Malaika Arora, Alia Bhatt, Yami Gautam, Sonam Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra were just Some of the celebs to try on this fashion. From evening wear to a casual day out, there’s a whole range of silhouettes to choose from.
All About the Sand Trend
Trend: Beige and Beyond
Season: Spring Summer 2019
After the multi-print and multi-colour fashion, it was time for a classy take on fashion and the sand trend was just about that. Taking up colours like butterscotch, taupe, caramel, beige and cream tan, it was about adding on that subdued yet sophisticated style. From Dior, Chanel, Hermes to Emilia Wickstead and Tom Ford, the ramps were filled with jaw-dropping colour schemes that brought everyone back to Earth. This season, these subdued tones were going head-to-toe and, paired up with neutrals and even renditions of beige. Nothing was off the table.
Sharing the vibe of this colour trend, we’re all about translating it into Gold. Introducing our latest collection, Shades of Sand that takes inspiration from this desert palette. Pairing beige and peach pearls with yellow and rose gold, we’re creating that subdued yet trend-inspired look. We’re transforming this trend into your perfect casual wear choice!
Check out what the designer has to say!
Since now you know everything about the Sand palette, here’s a glimpse into our collection:
So go ahead and add this minimal yet sand-duney shade to your jewellery. After all, it’s already in your wardrobe, so why should your jewellery stay behind! Created with peach and beige pearls, these jewellery designs are the perfect addition to your casual day outs!
Check out our entire Shades of Sand collection here!