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1 beige suit—5 ways to style it!

Given the tropical weather we’re blessed with, a beige suit offers welcome respite from dreary brown or navy suits. So, here’s how to get the most out of your beige suit by pairing it with different wardrobe staples.
pair your classic beige suits with different wardrobe staples
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Beige and brown pair well together, so centre your look around a beige suit and complementing rich brown accessories. A pocket square, belt and smart shoes should be enough to accentuate the look. A white shirt is all you need to pair with your beige suit for a basic but sharp formal look.
Weekend casual
Lose the tie and pocket square and unbutton the first button of your shirt to give the classic combination a relaxed feel. Replace lace-ups with sandals and swap your formal white shirt with a casual, linen one.
brown accessories to pair with beige suit for smart casual look
Something different
For a day when you’re feeling more experimental, try this smart-casual look. Pair your beige suit with a navy and white striped formal shirt (vertical stripes work better). Finish off with a maroon belt and shoes for a look that’s mildly nautical.
Earthy toned
Apart from pairing well with brown, beige and khaki green pair well with beige too. Wearing your beige suit with a cotton khaki green shirt is a contemporary formal look that is heavily inspired by classic camping colours, but is suitably formal in essence.
sport a printed shirt with beige suit
Pick a print
If you find prints like florals or plaids intimidating, pairing a printed shirt with your beige suit is a great way to sport them. Pick a navy and white, or maroon and cream floral or plaid shirt to add depth to your beige suit, and pair it with accessories in a shade of brown that complements the ensemble.

Written By : Shirley Mistry

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